Suzanne Rabi Soliman
Suzanne Rabi Soliman, PharmD, BCMAS
Dr. Suzanne Soliman earned her PharmD from the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy. She completed a residency in primary care with an emphasis on education at Midwestern University Chicago College of Pharmacy and a teaching fellowship at UIC College of Medicine. She is a board certified medical affairs specialist (BCMAS). Suzy worked as a clinical pharmacist, a medical science liaison and national field team educator prior to becoming an Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs at UIC-COP. She most recently was an Associate Dean at Touro College of Pharmacy New York and an independent pharmacy owner. Currently, she is the Chief Medical Officer for the ACMA.
In 2017, Suzy founded the Pharmacist Moms Group which is the largest organization of pharmacists in the United States. Suzy has over 100 publications and presents nationally on pharmacy, parenting and women issues. She is a Rufus A. Lyman award recipient which is granted for the best manuscript published in the American Journal of Pharmacy Education and in 2019, she was a recipient for the Next Generation Pharmacist Civic Leader Award.
Suzy serves as a medical expert and journal reviewer for Annals of Pharmacotherapy and Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. She has been featured in the following news outlets: The New York Times, ABC7NY, Daily Voice, "New York Magazine", “Crain's Chicago Business”, “Time Out Chicago” and more. Suzy loves spending time with her husband and children, cooking, baking and eating!! She also works out regularly and enjoys swimming. For years, she struggled between work/life balance ultimately finding that balance is something she works on each day. She tries to live by one of her favorite quotes by Rumi: “Live life as if everything is rigged in your favor”.
Dr. Soliman receiving Rufus A. Lyman Award- Best Manuscript Published in American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
The American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education is the official publication of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. According to the editors, the journal's purpose is "to document and advance pharmaceutical education in the United States and Internationally." The Rufus A. Lyman Award is presented annually to the author(s) of the best paper published in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.
- The American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
Dr. Soliman receiving the Civic Leadership Award
Awarded to a pharmacist who donates his or her time and resources with the principal objective of improving the community in which he or she resides and/or the pharmacy operates and the vision is related to pharmacy care and the health outcomes of the community.