Sae Byul Ma, PharmD

Title(s)Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine
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    Sarah (Sae Byul) Ma, PharmD., is a clinical pharmacist and an Assistant Professor at the Keck School of Medicine of USC and the USC School of Pharmacy. She received her B.S. in Nutrition Science from the University of California, Davis in 2007 and her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from USC in 2012. Dr. Ma then completed a residency in Pharmacy Practice, Ambulatory Care where she was also an adjunct assistant professor of Pharmacy Practice. After her residency, she was a part of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation Program which evaluates the impact of integrating clinical pharmacy teams into AltaMed Medical homes. Dr. Ma joined the Primary Care Physician Assistant Program at USC in 2014 and is responsible for teaching and coordinating clinical pharmacotherapeutics to each of the three levels of students in the program. Dr. Ma has established an independent clinical pharmacist medication management clinic at the Keck Hospital of USC where she precepts students and residents. Dr. Ma is very involved in the expansion and development of interdisciplinary educational programs in the health sciences, and has a passion for leadership development among health professional students. Her educational research interests are focused on interprofessional education, integration of clinical pharmacy services and measuring its outcomes. She has given numerous presentations and presented papers on the subjects of interprofessional education and care.

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    1. Forest CP, Lie DA, Ma SBS. Evaluating Interprofessional Team Performance: A Faculty Rater Tool. MedEdPORTAL. 2016 Aug 26; 12:10447. PMID: 31008225.
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    2. Morgan CA, Byul Sarah S, Forest CP. Transfusion-free treatment strategies for acute anemia in critical care. JAAPA. 2016 Aug; 29(8):38-44. PMID: 27467297.
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    3. Evaluating interprofessional team performance: a faculty rater tool.