Amber Riesselman, Pharm.D., BCPS

Administration - Faculty

Amber Riesselman, Pharm.D.

Assistant Professor, Clinical & Administrative Sciences

University of Iowa College of Pharmacy, Iowa City, Iowa

Fields of Interest:
Psychiatric Pharmacy, Clinical Pharmacy Practice, International Studies

Contact Information:
Office Phone: 502-413-8986
Office Fax: 502-515-4669


Born and raised in Iowa, Dr. Riesselman received her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy in Iowa City. Dr. Riesselman completed a PGY1 Pharmacy Residency with Sullivan University College of Pharmacy (SUCOP)/Central State Hospital. Since 2011, she has worked for SUCOP as an Assistant Professor and her teaching focus area is in psychiatry. Dr. Riesselman also serves as the Co-Director of the Student Government Association through the Office of Professional and Student Relations. She is the founding Faculty Advisor for the Delta Xi Chapter of Phi Lambda Sigma (PLS) that was initiated on campus in 2013. Dr. Riesselman’s current practice site is at the Fort Knox Behavioral Health Clinic where she meets with patients for evaluation and education of their medications.

Dr. Riesselman supports the profession by her involvement in local, state and national organizations. She serves as the Continuing Education Committee Chair for Jefferson County Academy of Pharmacy (JCAP) and is a Board member for JCAP. Dr. Riesselman is on the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists (CPNP) Residents and New Practitioner Committee and serves in a leadership role on their subcommittees. In 2014, Dr. Riesselman will begin to serve as the SUCOP representative in the House of Delegates for the Kentucky Society of Health-System Pharmacists (KSHP).

Dr. Riesselman enjoys her various roles at SUCOP where she can interact with and educate future pharmacists, care for patients with mental illness at her practice site, and promote the pharmacy profession by involvement in professional organizations.

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