Jerry Bauman, PharmD, FCCP, FACC
Dean Emeritus and UIC Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Pharmacy Practice
Editor-in-Chief JACCP, Pharmacy Practice
Building & Room:
833 S. Wood Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60612
Research Interests: Dr. Bauman has published extensively in the area of antiarrhythmic drug safety and efficacy.
Teaching Interests: Jerry L. Bauman, PharmD is Dean and Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) College of Pharmacy. He is also Professor in the Department of Medicine, Section of Cardiology. Dr. Bauman received his BS in pharmacy at the University of Illinois at the Medical Center and PharmD from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He completed residencies in hospital pharmacy and clinical pharmacy at the University of Illinois Hospital and Truman Medical Center, respectively. Dr. Bauman’s area of research is the clinical pharmacology of cocaine and those drugs used to treat cardiac rhythm disorders (specifically, drug-induced arrhythmias). He has published extensively in these areas and was given the Russell Miller Award for Research from the American College of Clinical Pharmacy in 1994 as a result. Among Dr. Bauman’s other honors are election as fellow in the American College of Cardiology (first PharmD), election as fellow in the American College of Clinical Pharmacy and election as Distinguished Practitioner in the National Academy of Practice. He is also a past president of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy.
In addition to his scientific and professional contributions, Dr. Bauman is an experienced academic administrator. During his tenure as Dean, the UIC College of Pharmacy has been ranked consistently in the top 5 of all US colleges of pharmacy, both for research and academic programs. Dr. Bauman has also served as the (interim) Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Provost at UIC where he led the academic enterprise, including the successful recruitment of several deans. During his more than 2 years as (interim) Vice President for Health Affairs for the University of Illinois system, he oversaw the reorganization of the health science center in Chicago, the creation of an accountable care entity, the alignment of UIC College of Medicine with the UI Hospital, substantial growth in clinical volumes including multiple partnerships with other health care providers and organizations.
2003, William Au Lecturer, SUNY-Syracuse Department of Medicine,
2001, UIC College of Pharmacy - Dean's Award for contributions to the profession,
2000, Howard Ferguson Lecturer, University of North Carolina,
1999, Robert G. Leonard Memorial Lecturer, University of Texas
1997, Distinguished Member (elected), National Academy of Practitioners,
1994, Russell R. Miller Award for Research Contributions, American College of Clinical Pharmacy
1991, American Heart Association of Metropolitan Chicago Gold Award for Research,
1989, University of Illinois College of Pharmacy Alumni Loyalty Award,
1988, Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award,
1984, Golden Apple Award for best instructor,
1984, Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award,
1983, Golden Apple Award for best instructor,