John R. Horn, Pharm.D., FCCP
Dr. Horn is Professor of Pharmacy and Associate Director of the UW Medicine
Pharmacy Services. Dr. Horn did his undergraduate pharmacy training at Washington
State University and his clinical pharmacy residency at Deaconess Hospital. He
completed his Doctor of Pharmacy training at the University of Cincinnati in 1977.
Dr. Horn developed clinical practice sites in acute care medicine and cardiology and
served on the faculty at the University of Cincinnati prior to joining the faculty at the
University of Washington. He is co-author of the reference texts Drug Interactions
Analysis and Management and The Top 100 Drug Interactions: A Guide to Patient
Management. In addition to over 250 publications related to drug interactions, Dr.
Horn has published in the areas of cardiovascular and gastrointestinal therapeutics
and pharmacokinetics. He received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the School
of Pharmacy at the University of Cincinnati in 2009. He serves as an editorial board
member and reviewer for several medical and pharmaceutical journals and has made
numerous educational presentations
Philip D. Hansten, Pharm.D.
Dr. Hansten is currently Professor of Pharmacy at the University of Washington in Seattle. After receiving his Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of California at San Francisco in 1968, he held positions at Washington State University, and the Division of Clinical Pharmacology at Stanford University School of Medicine. His books on drug interactions have been translated into five languages, and he is a Contributing Editor to The Medical Letter. He has also performed editorial and consultant activities for the American Medical Associationís Drug Evaluations, the American Board of Internal Medicine, Federal Trade Commission, US Congressional Subcommittee Hearings, American Hospital Formulary Service, Data Partners BV in The Netherlands, and Pharmacotherapy. He has lectured widely in North America and abroad. He received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the School of Pharmacy at the University of California-San Francisco in 1989, and the Julius W. Sturmer Award from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science in 1983.