Edith Mirzaian is an associate professor of clinical pharmacy at the USC School of Pharmacy. She earned her doctor of pharmacy from USC in 2001 and completed a residency in community-based pharmacy practice in 2002. She is a board-certified ambulatory care pharmacist and holds the Certificate of Knowledge in Travel Health from the International Society of Travel Medicine.
Mirzaian has served the USC community-based pharmacy residency programs in various capacities since 2005, including preceptor, site coordinator and residency program director. She currently serves as assistant dean of curriculum, oversees the USC community pharmacy–based patient care programs and coordinates and teaches in several courses in the PharmD curriculum.
She established and served for seven years as director of the USC Medication Management Center, which provides health plans and pharmacy benefit manager solutions to exceed Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services–mandated medication therapy management (MTM) goals and improve medication adherence and patient satisfaction with MTM services. She is a national faculty trainer for the American Pharmacists Association Pharmacy Based Immunization Training Program, Travel Health and Diabetes Care Program. She and has implemented numerous community pharmacy and clinic-based collaborative practice and patient care programs including travel health, diabetes, anticoagulation, hepatitis C, and smoking cessation clinics and multiphasic disease state screenings.