ALICE TSENG, B.Sc.Phm., Pharm.D., FCSHP, AAHIVP

HIV Pharmacotherapy Specialist, Immunodeficiency Clinic, Toronto General Hospital
Associate Professor, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto
13N-1314, 585 University Avenue, Toronto, ON, M5G 2N2
phone:  (416) 340-4800, ext. 8763; fax:  (416) 340-4890; e-mail:  alice.tseng@uhn.ca

ORCID ID: http://orcid.org/0000-0002-6480-6690

Alice Tseng obtained her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy and Doctor of Pharmacy degrees from the University of Toronto, and completed a hospital Pharmacy Residency at Toronto Western Hospital. Dr. Tseng was one of the first pharmacists in Canada to establish a specialty practice in HIV ambulatory care, and co-founded the Ontario HIV Pharmacists Specialty Group and the Canadian HIV and Viral Hepatitis Pharmacists Network.

She has authored or co-authored over 85 publications and book chapters, presented over 65 papers at national and international research conferences, and maintains comprehensive websites on both HIV and hepatitis C drug interaction and pharmacology information (https://hivclinic.ca and https://app.hivclinic.ca). Dr. Tseng coordinates an HIV specialty pharmacy residency in partnership with McGill University Health Centre and the University of Toronto, serves on numerous professional, scientific and governmental committees and boards, and has participated in various international HIV/AIDS collaborative strategies. She has volunteered on various community AIDS service initiatives, and previously served on the Board of Directors of the AIDS Committee of Toronto.

Her interests include drug interactions, pharmacokinetics and polypharmacy in the aging HIV population. Dr. Tseng is a recipient/co-recipient of over two dozen national and provincial pharmacy awards, a Fellow of the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists and is credentialed as an HIV Pharmacist through the American Academy of HIV Medicine.

Her interests include drug interactions, pharmacokinetics and therapeutic drug monitoring. Dr. Tseng is a recipient/co-recipient of over a dozen national and provincial pharmacy awards. In 2003, she was appointed a Fellow of the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists in recognition of her contributions to pharmacy practice. She is credentialed as an HIV Pharmacist through the American Academy of HIV Medicine.

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