Robyn Tyman, PharmD


Area of Focus:

  • Worked with indigenous tribes, ensuring that treatments do not interfere with religious practices.
  • Experience working with active duty officers and their dependents.
  • Risk-benefit analysis of medications in disorders, such as addiction, depression, and anxiety.
  • Identifying healthcare barriers that may affect treatment progress and tailoring a patient’s care with these in mind.
  • Counseling patients on medications, ensuring proper education is given to reduce risk of adverse events while increasing likelihood of successful treatments.

Reviewing medications, pharmacotherapy and pharmacokinetics and how they affect patient therapies.


Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD), University of Kansas
B.S. in Pharmaceutical Science, University of Kansas

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Professional Background

Robyn Tyman is a PharmD graduate from the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy. Throughout her schooling, she dedicated herself to serving her community, providing medical expertise and resources to patients by recognizing potential barriers to healthcare. She has a passion for making education accessible, with the goal of creating medically accurate content digestible for the average person.

Robyn has a passion for educating patients. As an advocate for patient autonomy, she focuses on empowering those around her with her knowledge of healthcare structures. She has worked with underprivileged groups, often directing patients on how to navigate their therapies as well as addressing any health inequalities they may face.

During her career, Robyn worked in a variety of specialties in healthcare, employing her knowledge of medication profiles. She had spent her time in settings such as acute medicine, internal medicine, retail pharmacy, and psychiatric medications. In each role, she prided herself as a resource for both patients and medical professionals to ensure that the best care was given.

Robyn has had the privilege of working with a variety of unique populations, utilizing her background to provide healthcare without judgment. Such groups include LGBTQ+, those suffering from substance use disorders, those with mental health conditions, and more. As a Doctor of Pharmacy, she prides herself in creating accessible content for those with stigmatized conditions and orientations, believing that everyone has the right to information to direct their own healthcare.

Recognizing the importance of education, Robyn focuses on continuing education to keep abreast of health topics so as to better be a source of information. With the consideration of the individual characteristics of patients, she works to ensure that her knowledge is used to create an accepting and equitable environment that provides patients with the confidence to take charge of their own healthcare.