Dr. Ashish Advani, PharmD
Dr. Ashish Advani, PharmD
Ashish Advani, PharmD, received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Georgia in 2007, after completing his undergraduate coursework at the University of Georgia and Oxford University in England. After graduating, he completed a drug information residency at Mercer University and Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Inc, centered around skills of literature searching, literature evaluation, and medical communication, all in support of the practice of evidence-based medicine. Since then, Dr. Advani has worked as a clinical assistant professor and director of the Drug Information Center at Mercer University College of Pharmacy. In conjunction with the university, he recently founded InpharmD, a website and app that aims to increase the free flow of evidence-based information through teaching and service.
Mar 22, 2016 @02:31 AM
The possibilities for new human experience are limitless.

Dec 4, 2015 @02:10 AM
We're heading towards a major disruption in health care technology.

Oct 12, 2015 @02:20 AM
Why are drug prices so high in the United States?

Sep 9, 2015 @04:41 AM
Pharmacists must develop and ultimately embrace a

Jul 7, 2015 @03:18 AM
What constitutes a medication error?

May 26, 2015 @02:31 AM
The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists recently released its Pharmacy Forecast projecting changes in the pharmacy profession over the next 5 years.

Apr 20, 2015 @01:18 AM
Recommendations for pharmacy school graduates, and nice reminders for everyone else.

Mar 16, 2015 @04:59 AM
The computer will replace most of what the health care team does.

Jan 25, 2015 @11:01 AM
A movement towards a mandated clinical trial results database is growing, and patient care will benefit.

Dec 16, 2014 @02:09 AM
As we approach the holiday season, let's stop for a moment to compare the lengths we go through to shop for the right toys for our children to the lengths we go through to shop for the right medicines for our patients.

Oct 28, 2014 @12:57 PM
It was just a few years ago that jobs for recent pharmacy graduates offered 6 figures, a competitive signing bonus, and a choice of several work locations.

Sep 22, 2014 @06:03 AM
Technology, specifically Internet technology, has democratized medical practice by eliminating the traditional impediments to the flow of information. Suddenly, we are no longer constrained by what we happen to know or feel about a particular disease, condition, diagnostic tool, or treatment.