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Dr. Bradley Williams

Last updated 03/03/2023

We congratulate and thank Brad Williams, emeritus professor of clinical pharmacy at the USC School of Pharmacy for his dedicated service to our USC retiree community. Over the years, Brad’s brainchild Medicare D Consultation Program has saved retirees thousands of dollars and identified harmful drug interactions for over 15 years. Brad created the intergenerational partnership between the Emeriti Center and PharmD students which provides experiential education for both USC students and retirees.

Williams’ research interests include the evaluation of drug therapy in older adults and on interprofessional geriatrics curriculum development for the health professions. He has worked extensively with the USC Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center and with Alzheimer’s Greater Los Angeles.

Brad was the 2003 recipient of the George F. Archambault Award for sustained contributions to senior care pharmacy, presented by the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists, and has been inducted into the California Pharmacists Association Hall of Fame. He is a founding member of the Commission for Certification in Geriatric Pharmacy. Williams is an author of the chapter on “Geriatric Neurocognitive Disorders” for Applied Therapeutics: The Clinical Use of Drugs, for which he is a past section and senior editor.