Kristin Darin, Pharm.D.
Research Assistant Professor
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Dr. Kristin Darin is a Research Assistant Professor in the Feinberg School of Medicine Division of Infectious Diseases and Center for Global Health. She is a clinical pharmacist, specializing in HIV/AIDS, with interests in antiretroviral pharmacology of special populations and antiretroviral drug interactions with medications used to treat tuberculosis and malaria. Since 2007, Dr. Darin has worked on the Center for Global Health's U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) grant in Nigeria, which is sponsored through the Harvard School of Public Health. Specifically, she provides clinical training and oversight to the program's healthcare staff and co-coordinates antiretroviral forecasting and procurement initiatives. Dr. Darinâ€™s on-going research projects include a comparison of virologic and immunologic outcomes between first-line antiretroviral treatments in Nigeria, and an evaluation of lopinavir/ritonavir pharmacokinetics in HIV-infected, pregnant women in Nigeria, an evaluation of lopinavir/ritonavir pharmacokinetics in HIV-infected pregnant women, an evaluation of the acceptability and feasibility of rapid HIV testing in a pharmacy-based setting.
Prior to joining the Division of Infectious Diseases in 2007, Dr. Darin worked as a clinical pharmacist in the HIV clinic and medical intensive care unit at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago. She has Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Doctor of Pharmacy degrees from Purdue University and completed post-graduate pharmacy practice and infectious diseases / HIV residency training at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
This page last updated Sep 6, 2011