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Justine Gortney provides direction in program and student assessment for the Pharm.D. and graduate programs. She has expertise in the scholarship of teaching and learning and internal medicine. She also is interested in serving the community and is a faculty leader in WSU's Community Homeless Interprofessional Program (CHIP).
Dr. Justine (Schuller) Gortney is at Wayne State University as an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice and has a shared appointment with Detroit Receiving Hospital where she practices as a clinical pharmacy specialist in internal medicine. She chairs Summative Evaluations for the College of Pharmacy is the Coordinator of the Postgraduate Pharmacy Teaching Certificate Program. She has precepted at least 75 students or residents including IPPE, APPE, and PGY-1 on inpatient rotations, research, and academic instruction and has encountered a variety of learners and performance. Through curricular leadership roles, she has contributed to evaluation of and policy development on preventing and managing challenging trainees at the college. In addition, she had served as a PGY-1 co-coordinator (2000-2002). Prior to her current appointment at WSU and DRH, she was an assistant professor at Mercer University in Atlanta, Georgia (2005-2009), a clinical pharmacist at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, Texas (2002-2005), and a joint faculty with Wayne State and Harper Hospital (2000-2002). She is interested in the areas of internal medicine and educational research. She belongs to ASHP, ACCP, and AACP, and is on national committees for both ASHP and AACP. Dr. Gortney earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at Purdue University in 1999, completed PGY-1 at the University of Pittsburgh in 2000, and received her BCPS in 2003.