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Cheryl W Wisseh, PharmD

TitleAssistant Professor
Faculty RankAssistant Professor
InstitutionCharles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science
DepartmentFamily Medicine
Address1731 E. 120th Street
1731 E. 120th Street
Los Angeles CA 90059
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    1. Bazargan M, Wisseh C, Adinkrah E, Boyce S, King EO, Assari S. Low-Dose Aspirin Use Among African American Older Adults. J Am Board Fam Med. 2021 Jan-Feb; 34(1):132-143. PMID: 33452091.
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    2. Bazargan M, Wisseh C, Adinkrah E, Ameli H, Santana D, Cobb S, Assari S. Influenza Vaccination among Underserved African-American Older Adults. Biomed Res Int. 2020; 2020:2160894. PMID: 33224975.
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    3. Wisseh C, Hildreth K, Marshall J, Tanner A, Bazargan M, Robinson P. Social Determinants of Pharmacy Deserts in Los Angeles County. J Racial Ethn Health Disparities. 2020 Oct 27. PMID: 33111234.
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    4. Adinkrah E, Bazargan M, Wisseh C, Assari S. Adherence to Hypertension Medications and Lifestyle Recommendations among Underserved African American Middle-Aged and Older Adults. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2020 09 08; 17(18). PMID: 32911772.
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    5. Adinkrah E, Bazargan M, Wisseh C, Assari S. Medication Complexity among Disadvantaged African American Seniors in Los Angeles. Pharmacy (Basel). 2020 May 16; 8(2). PMID: 32429387.
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    6. Bazargan M, Cobb S, Wisseh C, Assari S. Psychotropic and Opioid-Based Medication Use among Economically Disadvantaged African-American Older Adults. Pharmacy (Basel). 2020 Apr 27; 8(2). PMID: 32349239.
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    7. Cobb S, Bazargan M, Sandoval JC, Wisseh C, Evans MC, Assari S. Depression Treatment Status of Economically Disadvantaged African American Older Adults. Brain Sci. 2020 Mar 07; 10(3). PMID: 32156089.
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    8. Assari S, Wisseh C, Saqib M, Bazargan M. Polypharmacy Is Associated with Lower Memory Function in African American Older Adults. Brain Sci. 2020 Jan 16; 10(1). PMID: 31963177.
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    9. Assari S, Wisseh C, Saqib M, Helmi H, Bazargan M. Polypharmacy and Depressive Symptoms in U.S.-Born Mexican American Older Adults. Psych. 2019 Dec; 1(1):491-503. PMID: 33205042.
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    10. Assari S, Wisseh C, Bazargan M. Obesity and Polypharmacy among African American Older Adults: Gender as the Moderator and Multimorbidity as the Mediator. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2019 06 20; 16(12). PMID: 31226752.
      Citations: 6     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    11. Bazargan M, Smith JL, Cobb S, Barkley L, Wisseh C, Ngula E, Thomas RJ, Assari S. Emergency Department Utilization among Underserved African American Older Adults in South Los Angeles. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2019 04 02; 16(7). PMID: 30986915.
      Citations: 5     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    12. Assari S, Saqib M, Wisseh C, Bazargan M. Social Determinants of Polypharmacy in First Generation Mexican Immigrants in the United States. Int J Travel Med Glob Health. 2019; 7(3):86-90. PMID: 31840027.
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