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Information Resources Management Association
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Kimberly B. Garza

Kimberly Garza, PharmD, MBA, PhD, is an Associate Professor and Graduate Program Officer in the Department of Health Outcomes Research and Policy at Auburn University’s Harrison School of Pharmacy. Dr. Garza's research involves application of behavioral economic theory to study cardioprotective health behaviors. Specifically, she studies incentive systems that help individuals overcome present-biased preferences in order to engage in and maintain preventive health behaviors. She teaches in both the PharmD and graduate programs at the Harrison School of Pharmacy and has played an instrumental role in curricular redesign for the Practice Ready Curriculum, receiving a Curriculum Star Award in 2016. Dr. Garza has a passion for graduate education and student mentoring. She is the immediate past chair of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Graduate Education SIG and the chair of the AACP Research and Graduate Affairs Committee. She was recognized by Auburn University’s Harrison School of Pharmacy as the Dr. Lucinda Maine Pharmacy Education Fellow in 2018 and by Auburn University’s Graduate Student Council as an Outstanding Graduate Mentor that same year.

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