Medical Advisory Board

Marializa V. Bernardo

Marializa V. Bernardo, MD

Dr. Bernardo received her Doctor of Medicine and her residency from University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines. She also did her residency at Prince George’s Hospital, Cheverly, Maryland, University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Richland Memorial Hospital and the Van Dorn Veterans Administration Hospital in Columbia, South Carolina. She completed her fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine. Currently, she practices and is a partner at Southwest Nephrology Associates. She has served and continues to participate as principal investigator in various kidney-related clinical trials.

John Ike

John Ike, MD

Medical Education: University of Nigeria College of Medicine, 1986
Internships & Residency: Harlem Hospital Center - House Staff, 1993
Fellowship: Stanford University School of Medicine, 1995.

Uju Odobulu

Uju Odobulu, Phar.D

Dr Uju Odobulu is a clinical pharmacist with over 25 years of experience in Pharmacy practice. She earned her Bachelors in Pharmacy (B. Pharm) at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, and her Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm D) at the College of Pharmacy, University of Florida, Gainesville. Her earlier pharmacy career as a medical representative for the former Ciba-Geigy, Lagos, Nigeria, promoted and emphasized consultations, drug detailing and pharmaceutical sales. Following her licensure by the Texas State Board of Pharmacy, she transitioned to Retail Pharmacy, has worked in some of the major US pharmacy chains (Eckerd, CVS), and is currently a community pharmacist at Walgreens for over 15 years.

As a clinical pharmacist, Dr Uju Odobulu optimizes health outcomes through medication therapy management (MTM), cost effective drug selections, drug safety and interactions, Patient education and counseling. She is a public health advocate as an immunization certified pharmacist. A Preceptor for many years, she serves as an educator and mentor to Pharmacy students in their community rotations.

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