Amber Ladak

Clinical HIV Pharmacist at Augusta University (Formerly GRU/MCG)

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Work experience

Feb 2015 - Present

Augusta University

Clinical HIV Pharmacist

Jul 2013 - Jun 2014

Kansas City CARE Clinic

Ambulatory Care/Public Health Pharmacy Practice Resident

Jul 2013 - Jun 2014

University of Missouri -- Kansas City

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor

Mar 2013 - Apr 2013

Natural Standard

Pharmacy APPE Student

APPE Student at Natural Standard, play a role in a variety of activities along the entire process of creating the monographs that are visible on the Natural Standard Database. Activities included conducting literature searches, evaluating journal articles/clinical trials, and participating in the creating of the final drug monograph. Additional activities included recording drug monographs into audio files, answering drug information (DI) questions from clients, and serving as a peer reviewer for the Journal of Dietary Supplements.


Sep 2010 - Apr 2013

Brigham and Women's Hospital

Pharmacy Intern with the Anticoagulation Management Service

The Anticoagulation Service is a pharmacist run clinic that helps manage patient's anticoagulation therapy (warfarin, enoxaparin). Patients are not physically seen at the clinic for their INR checks. Results are communicated to the clinic and pharmacist adjust warfarin dosage as necessary. Student interns' responsibilities include: assisting pharmacist was daily administrative tasks, making dosing recommendations for pharmacists'' approval, and educating patients regarding anticoagulation therapy.

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