Faculty Highlight January 27, 2020
Irandokht Khaki, PharmD, MS
This month's faculty highlight features Irandokht N. Khaki, PharmD, MS, assistant professor and patient care simulation coordinator in the Department of Pharmacy Practice at PCOM Georgia.
Why did you choose a career in pharmacy education?
I have always wanted to do something that allow me to be in academia and healthcare
at the same time. Pharmacy education is a career that allows me to do both stay in
health care as well as pursue my dream of teaching.
What is your research interest?
Research is my passion and my research interest stems from multiple areas. Currently,
I am working on non-patient research that focuses on evaluating the compatibility
of various antibiotics for simulated Y administration and development of a drug delivery
system to deliver Xanthohumol to adipose tissues.
What advice do you have for a person considering a career in pharmacy?
My advice to you is to start early and don’t let your passion for finding your dreamy
career die. In order to see if you are truly passionate about a career, take time
- Explore varying career options.
- Gain experience by shadowing various pharmacists.
- Develop your interests.
- Pursue post-graduate advanced training opportunities.
- Take a risk and apply for the job that you want, be confident and challenge yourself.
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Are you interested in patient care, research or teaching? Our program trains caring,
competent pharmacists. Learn more about the Doctor of Pharmacy program at PCOM Georgia.