Advancing community pharmacy practice; Experiential training
Prior to joining the faculty at University of California San Diego SSPPS, Dr. Luli practiced at Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Center outpatient pharmacy, where he worked with a diverse and complicated patient population. He served as a preceptor for the PGY1 community pharmacy residency program, as well as on the residency advisory committee. Dr. Luli was also an instructor as part of Cleveland Clinic's School of Pharmacy Technology. Dr. Luli's research interests include advancing patient care services in the community setting, enhancing experiential training for students and residents, and public awareness and outreach regarding safe and proper use of medications, herbals, and supplements.
Doctor of Pharmacy, Northeast Ohio Medical University (2013); ASHP-accredited
PGY1 Community Pharmacy Practice Residency (2013-2014); Board Certification in Ambulatory Care Pharmacy (2017)
PGY1 community pharmacy residency advisory committee; Pharmacy Student
Education Council – community pharmacy representative
- Pharmacy Practice (Instructor)
- Greer M, Gustafson A, Luli A, Wai M, Miller A. Evaluation of an outpatient pharmacist consult service at the Cleveland Clinic Health System. Presented at Ohio College of Clinical Pharmacy (OCCP) Fall and Spring Meetings. 2017-2018.
- Luli A, Schiavo K, Zook T. Development and Assessment of a New Pharmacy Service for Multiple Sclerosis. Podium Presentation at Great Lakes Pharmacy Resident Conference. 2014.
- Luli A, Nitzki-George D. Bleeding events in patients who have been converted from warfarin to a novel oral anticoagulant (NOAC) in a pharmacist managed anticoagulation clinic. PGY1 community residency research project. 2013-2014