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Kimberly Daugherty Associate Dean Of Academic Affairs And Assessment And Professor

Kimberly  Daugherty PharmD, BCPS 

Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs and Assessment 

Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice 



University of Kentucky (Kentucky) – Pharm.D. 

Milligan College (Tennessee) – B.S. in Chemistry; Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist 

University of Kentucky (Kentucky) – Pharmacy Practice Residency 

University of Kentucky (Kentucky) – Primary Care Specialized Residency 



Ambulatory Care, Outcomes and Education Research 



Dr. Kimberly K. Daugherty obtained her B.S. degree from Milligan College in 1995 (magna cum laude), and her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Kentucky in 2000 (summa cum laude). Dr. Daugherty pursued a pharmacy practice residency at the University Kentucky in the year 2001, and followed with a specialty residency in Primary Care in 2002. She also became a board certified pharmacotherapy specialist in 2002, along with many other clinical certifications. 

Dr. Daugherty previously was faculty with the School of Pharmacy at Ferris State University. She has been very active in areas of publication, presentation and research, where she has over 40 publications. She has also received funding for her research. 

Dr. Daugherty has been involved in national leadership serving as the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) Assessment Sig Chair as well as several state leadership positions such as Education Committee chair for the Michigan Pharmacists Association and Kentucky Society of Health System Pharmacists board member. She also serves as a reviewer for several major professional peer-reviewed journals. She has received various awards, such as the Department of Health and Human Services Secretary’s Award in 2004, the 2006 National Associates Competition of the American College of Physicians, and the AACP Assessment SIG Collaborative Publication Award for 2019 and 2020.