|Maya Campara, PharmD, BCPS|
Clinical Assistant Professor
|Phone||312-996-0897 ext 1#|
|US Mail||833 South Wood Street, RM164 MC886, Chicago, IL 60612|
|Research Interests |
Dr. Campara's areas of interest include kidney, liver and pancreas transplants.
|2008||ASHP Accredited Specialty Residency in Solid Organ Transplantation, University of Illinois Medical Center and University of Illinois College of Pharmacy|
|2007||ASHP Accredited Pharmacy Practice Residency, University of Illinois Medical Center and University of Illinois College of Pharmacy|
|2006||Doctor of Pharmacy, University of Illinois College of Pharmacy|
|2002||Bachelor of Science – Chemistry, Loyola University Chicago|
|2002||Bachelor of Arts – French Language and Literature, Loyola University Chicago|
|Current UIC Appointments|
|2008 to present||Clinical Assistant Professor|
Department of Pharmacy Practice
|2008 to present||Clinical Pharmacist, Solid Organ Transplantation|
Department of Surgery and Department of Pharmacy Practice
- Campara M, Ommert T, Thielke J, West Thielke P, Oberholzer J, Benedetti E and Kaplan B. ABO Incompatible Renal Transplantation in an HIV-Seropositive Patient. Transplantation. 2008;86:176.
- Campara M, Shord S and Haaf CM. Retrospective Analysis of Rasburicase Use In Adult Cancer Patients With Tumor Lysis Syndrome Associated Hyperuricemia. The Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics. 2009;34:207.
- Campara M, Tzvetanov IG and Oberholzer J. Interleukin-2 receptor blockade with humanized monoclonal antibody for solid organ transplantation. Expert Opinion on Biological Therapy. 2010;10:959.
- Rodriguez M, Campara M and Haaf C. Rasburicase in cancer-related hyperuricemia. Drugs of Today. 2011;47:591.