Zakkary Scharp, Pharm.D
Pharmaceutical Medicine8235 Sunset Bay Rd St Germain Wisconsin, 54558
Dr. Zakkary Scharp is a clinical pharmacologist practicing in St Germain, Wisconsin. Dr. Scharp specializes in developing and testing new pharmaceutical products, with specific focus on the correlation between drugs and diseases. Clinical pharmacologists optimize drug prescribing and prevent medication errors as well as contribute to new drug applications delivered to the FDA.
What do you attribute your success to?
- Communication skills to allow best care for patients
Hobbies / Sports
- Outdoors, Fishing, Hunting
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Get to know Pharmacist Dr. Zakkary Scharp, who serves the population of St Germain, Wisconsin. Dr. Scharp completed his undergraduate degree with the Concordia University-Wisconsin where he graduated majoring in Pre-Pharmacy Studies in 2013. Furthering his education he continued at the Concordia University-Wisconsin where he graduated with his Doctor of Pharmacy Degree in 2017. After obtaining his degree Dr. Scharp completed his internship with Shopko Hometown Pharmacy. He currently practices with Trigs Pharmacy. He attributes his professional success to his communication skills, which allow him to give the best care to his patients. When he is not working, he enjoys being outdoors, fishing, and hunting. Pharmaceutical medicine is the medical scientific discipline concerned with the discovery, development, evaluation, registration, monitoring and medical aspects of marketing of medicines for the benefit of patients and the health of the community. At core of the discipline is the clinical testing of medicines, translation of pharmaceutical drug research into new medicines, safety and well-being of research participants in clinical trials, and understanding the safety profile of medicines and their benefit-risk balance. In addition to expertise in the science of drug development pharmaceutical physicians need a thorough understanding of pharmacoeconomics, medical aspects of the marketing of medicines, business administration and the social impact of healthcare on patients and public health.
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