Dr. Krishna is currently Professor and Director of Pharmacology at the College of Osteopathic Medicine, Touro University in Nevada. He obtained a Bachelor of Science (First Class Honors) in Pharmacology and Physiology and a Doctor of Philosophy, Medicine (OB/GYN/Pharmacology) from Monash University in Australia. Dr. Krishna also teaches for the Step 1 USMLE and COMLEX reviews for Kaplan Medical throughout the United States and in UAE, Europe, Saudi Arabia, India, Mexico and the Caribbean. He has been teaching online for Kaplan University for over 7 years and is the contributing author for Kaplan Medical’s Pharmacology Review Book. He has contributed to numerous publications and is a member of a number of organizations including Fellow-American College of Clinical Pharmacology.
Shirley earned her M.S. in Pharmacology at the University of São Paulo in 1993. From 1994-1996, she worked as a researcher for the Japanese Ministry of Education in the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Kitasato in Tokyo. She has been an instructor in Pharmacology since 1997 and a researcher at the Medical School at the University of São Paulo (Faculdade de Medicina /Universidade de São Paulo). Shirley has been teaching undergraduate Pharmacology classes within Healthcare courses under the theme ‘Education to Prevent the Misuse of Drugs’.Her assistance is requested whenever there is difficulty associated with the pharmacological treatment in any given sector within different hospitals. Through research projects registered with the Ministry of Health, Shirley accesses and analyzes medical records to propose pharmacological care to complement patients’ treatments and minimize risks. Shirley has assisted in research with drugs in the Intensive Care Unit, Urgent Care, sedation in oncology, and in Psychiatry, Geriatrics and Pediatrics departments