Mohamad Ismail

Precision Health Program Certificate Student
College of Pharmacy Doctor of Clinical Pharmacy Translational Sciences PhD Candidate


Mohamad is a pharmacist and in his first year of the Clinical Pharmacy Translational Science program. He hopes to be a health services researcher. He is interested in inspecting the role of pharmacists and other healthcare providers in influencing medication use such as medication adherence, and medication-therapy management (particularly oral anti-cancer agents) and developing personalized cancer treatment approaches and translating them into clinical practice (implementation science). Therefore, his long-term research goal is to investigate the possible approaches to impact and improve medication taking-behavior. Mohamad is also interested in understanding what are the factors that may predict medication non-adherence, and how polypharmacy affects patient health-reported outcomes such as patient’s functional status, subjective well-being, and quality of life