Daisy Chau, PharmD

Drug Information Pharmacist Manager


Drug information and safety


University of California, San Francisco and University of California, Davis


  • Licensed pharmacist in California
  • Experienced in providing drug information to both healthcare providers and consumers in different settings
  • Manages and oversees the drug information content at GoodRx


Daisy Chau, PharmD, is the drug information pharmacist manager at GoodRx. She is licensed in California and has more than 6 years of experience working as a pharmacist in drug information

Before joining GoodRx, Daisy was a senior drug information associate at a medical communications company that represented pharmaceutical companies. For almost 5 years she provided clinically accurate and detailed responses to inquiries from healthcare providers and consumers about specific medications. She was also responsible for creating adverse event reports in compliance with the FDA’s safety reporting regulations. As a functional team lead to many clients, she assisted in project management requests and training team members.   

Through drug information, people can become empowered after understanding the medications they are taking or are about to take. With this knowledge, they are then able to work with their healthcare provider and become an active member in their own healthcare.

Throughout pharmacy school, Daisy worked as an intern at Kaiser Permanente in the outpatient and discharge pharmacies. Through patient counseling, she recognized the importance of providing information that was easily understandable. 

Daisy is a member of American Pharmacists Association (APhA) and California Society of Health-System Pharmacists (CSHP). She was also an active member of Phi Delta Chi, a pharmacy fraternity dedicated to advancing the pharmacy profession.

Prior to becoming a pharmacist, Daisy worked as a staff research associate at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). Her work with lead researchers has been published in scientific journals including Cell and PLOS Biology.


Daisy earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) in 2016. As a pharmacy student, she was an internal board member, finance director, and later senior advisor of the Community Outreach Student Alliance (COSA), a student-led committee that organized multiple health fairs in the San Francisco Bay Area. 

Prior to UCSF, she earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of California, Davis (UCD) where she majored in biological sciences and minored in psychology.

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