Jami N Johnson, PharmD, DABAT
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Jami Johnson is the assistant managing director of the Oklahoma Center for Poison and Drug Information.  She completed undergraduate coursework at the University of Oklahoma in Norman prior to completing the Doctorate of Pharmacy Program at the University Of Oklahoma College Of Pharmacy.  Dr. Johnson worked as a Poison Information Provider at the OCPDI while completing her PharmD, which initially sparked her interest in toxicology.  After graduation, she completed the Clinical Toxicology and Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program at UFHealth-Jacksonville and the Florida Poison Information Center-Jacksonville.  Upon completion of her fellowship, she relocated to Oklahoma City to join the OCPDI at her current position after certification as a Diplomate of the American Board of Applied Toxicology. Dr. Johnson is also an adjunct assistant professor at the University Of Oklahoma College Of Pharmacy where she enjoys teaching in the Clinical Toxicology course at her alma mater and hopes to soon develop a Critical Care/Emergency Medicine elective course. In addition, she is faculty for the Norman Regional Health System’s Osteopathic Emergency Medicine Residency Program where she is the primary preceptor for the Clinical Toxicology rotation. When she isn’t teaching she enjoys donating her time to various professional organizations, most recently joining the ABAT NACCT 2019 Symposium committee and participating in AACT’s Clinical Toxicology Recommendations Collaborative Activated Charcoal project on the systematic review committee and clinical recommendations panel. She is dedicated to continued professional improvement and growth, mostly recently joining the OU Health Sciences Center’s 2018-2019 Leadership Council.

Her professional interests include critical care with an emphasis on agitation, delirium and sedation, and natural toxins, especially venomous snakes. Her personal interests include avoiding aforementioned natural toxins in the wild and spending time with her friends and family.