David Peters

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David Peters, R.Ph., Pharm.D.

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice


Dr. David Peters completed his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Ohio Northern University. He completed a post-graduate year one (PGY1) pharmacy residency with a teaching certificate at UC Health – University of Cincinnati Medical Center. Dr. Peters enjoys implementing pharmacy-built orders into hospital electronic medical records to improve patient outcomes. Dr. Peters has been involved in research throughout his training with interest areas in stress and learning, infectious disease, and critical care. He maintains a clinical practice site at Miami Valley Hospital, where he specializes in neurocritical care and post-stroke management

Education and Credentials

  • Pharm.D., Ohio Northern University
  • Pharmacy Practice Residency, UC Health - University of Cincinnati Medical Center
  • Teaching Certificate, University of Cincinnati - James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy
  • Immunization Certificate, American Pharmacist Association
  • Medication Therapy Management Certificate, American Pharmacist Association
  • Advanced Cardiovascular and Basic Life Support, American Heart Association

Scholarly Works

  • Blunted Cortisol Response to Acute Pre-learning Stress Prevents Misinformation Effect in a Forced Confabulation Paradigm
  • ADRA2B Deletion Variant Selectively Predicts Stress-induced Enhancement of Long-term Memory in Females
View a listing of scholarly works in the Cedarville University Digital Commons »



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It is thrilling to work alongside of pharmacy students as they learn how to practice pharmacy in the greater context of God’s mission for their lives. I love the challenges of optimizing medical care as well as the ministry opportunities that come with caring for severely-ill patients