Brenda Pahl

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Brenda Pahl, R.Ph., Pharm.D.

Director of Experiential Programs and Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice


Dr. Pahl received her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degree from Ohio Northern University and her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from The Ohio State University. Prior to her academic appointment at Cedarville in 2015, Dr. Pahl served as a practicing pharmacist for over twenty years. Her experience in areas of pharmacy practice include hospital/acute care practice, pharmacy management, ambulatory care, long term care, and retail. She has also served as a preceptor for advanced pharmacy practice students. Her interests include anticoagulation, medication reconciliation and medication safety. Dr. Pahl’s clinical practice site focuses on emergency/acute care and medication reconciliation.

Scholarly Works

  • Acute VTE in a Patient with Moderate Chronic Kidney Disease (Brenda L. Pahl, Douglas C. Anderson and Jordan D. Long) Pharmacy Practice Faculty Publications (2017)  
  • Patients with a History of Intracranial Hemorrhage (Jordan D. Long, Douglas C. Anderson and Brenda L. Pahl) Pharmacy Practice Faculty Publications (2017)
  • Heart for the Broken (Emily M. Laswell, Brenda L. Pahl and Andrew M. Straw) Christianity and Pharmacy (2017)
  • Medication Reconciliation Through Soarian Clinicals (Brenda L. Pahl) Central Soarian Clinicals User Group (2008)  
  • Use of Technology in Medication Reconciliation (Brenda L. Pahl) VHA Medication Reconciliation Project Group Meeting (2006)


Favorite Place to Visit: Hilton Head Island


  • Scrapbooking
  • Crocheting
  • Sewing
  • Horses
  • Watching my children’s sporting activities

Why Cedarville? I am excited to be part of an academic program that is Christ-centered. I look forward to sharing my faith with future pharmacy professionals and demonstrating how they can share Christ’s love to other