Caroline Zeind, PharmD, RPh
Associate Provost for Academic and International Affairs
Title IX Coordinator and Chief Diversity Officer
School of Pharmacy - Boston
Pharmacy (Accelerated PharmD)
Academic and Administrative Appointments
Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Associate Dean for Professional and Academic Affairs
BA, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Liberal Arts.
PharmD, The University of Tennessee, Memphis, Health Sciences Center.
Pharmacy Practice Residency, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Memphis.
Harvard Management Development Certificate Program, Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Certified in Immunization Delivery sponsored by APhA
Areas of Teaching
Global Infectious Diseases (designed and developed Professional Elective Course).
Medication Safety (co-designed and co-developed Professional Elective Course).
Virology and Antiinfectives
Travel Medicine/Infectious Diseases
Peer-Reviewed Articles & Book Chapters
Chen L, Zeind CS, Mackell S, LaPointe, T, Mutsch M, and Wilson ME, Yellow Fever Transmission through Breast Milk, Letter to the Editor regarding Breastfeeding citation above, Journal of Travel Medicine, 2010; (17) (4): 286-287.
Chen L, Zeind CS, Mackell S, LaPointe T, Mutsch M, Wilson ME. Breastfeeding Travelers: Precautions and Recommendations. Journal of Travel Medicine. 2010; 17 (1): 32-47.
Zaiken K., Zeind CS. Teaching patients about medications. In A.J. Lowenstein, L. Ford-May & J. Romano, Teaching Strategies for Health Education and Health Promotion: Working with Patients, Families and Communities. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett; 2008: p. 347-364.
Zeind CS, McCloskey WW. Pharmacist's Role in the Health Care System. Harvard Health Policy Review, Vol. 7, No. 1, Spring 2006: 147-154. Zeind CS, Couris RR, "Prevention of Food and Water-Borne Diseases", Nutrition Today, 41 (No2), March/April 2006: 78-87.
Zeind CS, Hardy H, Gourley GA. Chapter 76: Tuberculosis in Helms R, Quan D, Herfindal T, Gourley DR, Zeind CS, Hudson JQ, Gourley GK, et al. Textbook of Therapeutics. Drug and Disease Management, 8th Edition, 2006: 1940-1966.
Zeind CS, Zdanowicz M, MacDonald K, Parkhurst C, King C, Wizwer P. Developing a Sustainable Faculty Mentoring Program American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2005; 69 (5) Article 100, 1-13.
Zeind CS, Wilson ME. Drugs and Vaccine for Pediatric Travelers: An Integrated Table. Journal of Travel Medicine. September 2001,Vol 8 (5), 274-275.
Eugenio KR, Zeind CS. Managing HIV-1 Infection in Adults and Adolescents. Journal of Pharmacy Practice December 2000; Volume XIII, No. 6, 426-441.
Zeind CS, Cleveland KO, Menon M, et al. Cryptococcal Meningitis in Patients with the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome. Pharmacotherapy 1996; 16(4): 541-61.
International Society of Travel Medicine Research Award PI: Zeind CS; Co-PI: Pidgeon C, McCloskey WW, Kostka-Rokosz M. "Global Health Drug Information Hotline for Travelers".
Phi Lambda Sigma Leadership Society, MCPHS, 2003.
Boston Emergency Services Special Citation presented in recognition of exceptional performance in providing Emergency Medical Services to the Citizens of Boston, 2002.
Faculty Leadership Award, MCPHS, 2002.
Trustees Award for Excellence in Teaching Awarded on Commencement Day, MCPHS, 2002.
Experiential Program Preceptor of the Year Award, MCPHS, 1998.
Facts and Comparisons Award of Excellence in Clinical Communications, University of Tennessee, Memphis College of Pharmacy, 1993.
Rho Chi Pharmaceutical Honor Society, University of Tennessee, Memphis College of Pharmacy, 1991.
Shapard Scholarship Awarded for Leadership and Scholastic Achievement: University of Tennessee, Memphis College of Pharmacy, 1991
Current Professional Memberships, Service & Leadership
International Society of Travel Medicine.
American Pharmaceutical Association.
American Colleges of Clinical Pharmacy.
Danforth Associates of New England, Inc.
Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists.
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.
American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.
Massachusetts Society of Health-System Pharmacists.
Post-Graduate Training Program Development:
Co-founder and co-developer of Brigham and Women's Hospital and MCPHS Pharmacy Fellowship Program in Outcomes Research and Informatics; co-sponsored by Division of Primary Care, Brigham and Women's Hospital (co-founders and co-developers: David Bates, M.D., and Andrew Seger, PharmD)