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Register now for Pharmacology Update 2022, Saturday, September 24th. Why? Can you design and implement an appropriate drug regimen for acute and preventative treatment of migraines?

Posted about 2 months ago by Elaine Crain

Millad Sobhanian, PharmD, BCPS, is a clinical pharmacist in ambulatory neurology clinic. Provide drug information consults, assist with medication titration and therapeutic drug monitoring, provide clinical follow up and transitions of care for neurology patients (including migraine), optimize therapy regimens for neurology patients, write infusion protocols, assist with infusion reactions. Provide first dose education and counseling for new therapies. Assist providers and patients with therapeutic decision making across the spectrum of neurology disorders.


Millad on Millad: I have completed 2 years of pharmacy residency training including 1 year of specialty training in neurology pharmacy. During that time have completed several rotations in both inpatient and outpatient neurology including a longitudinal ambulatory rotation in migraine management. Have given multiple lectures to pharmacy and NP students on the subject. Currently employed in a large academic outpatient neurology clinic, majority of the patients I manage longitudinally include migraine patients. Also involved in migraine research during my training and currently working on projects with a particular focus on CGRP inhibitors.


Register now! 

New this year, as well as the in-person conference, we will be offering live streaming on Zoom.

September 24, 2022

7:00a-4:30p

Anne Arundel Community College

This education activity has been submitted to the American Association of Nurse Practitioners for approval of 7.0 contact hours of continuing education (which includes 6.3 hours pharmacology).



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