Marty Eng, R.Ph., Pharm.D.
Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Dr. Marty Eng completed an American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacy-accredited Residency in Geriatrics Pharmacotherapy at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center – School of Pharmacy in 2001 and continued for a subsequent year with Texas Tech to pursue further scholarship opportunities in Geriatrics. Dr. Eng was full-time faculty with the University of Kansas - School of Pharmacy for 10 years prior to his current position with Cedarville. He is certified in Geriatrics Pharmacotherapy, Psychiatrics Pharmacotherapy, and Dementia care.
Education and Credentials
- Pharm.D., University of Maryland, Baltimore, School of Pharmacy
- Specialty Residency - Geriatrics Pharmacotherapy - Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, School of Pharmacy
- Advanced Geriatrics Specialty Residency - Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, School of Pharmacy
View a listing of scholarly works in the Cedarville University Digital Commons »
Epilepsy in the Older Adult (Timothy E Welty and Marty L. Eng) Pharmacotherapy Self Assessment Program (2011)
The Development and Psychometric Properties of the Bipolar Disorders Knowledge Scale (Trevor A Stump and Marty L. Eng) Journal of Affective Disorders (2018)
Tone and Style in Pharmacy Course Syllabi (Marty L. Eng, Jordan Nicholls and Lindsay Mailloux) Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning (2017)
Experience Applying the Pharmacist Learning Styles Inventory (PILS) to Experiential Clerkships as a Preceptor: A Reflection (Marty L. Eng) Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning (2013)
Making Peer Feedback an Effective Component of the TBL Instructional Strategy (Marty L. Eng and Sarah Lerchenfeldt) 17th Annual Team-Based Learning Collaborative Conference (2018)
- Interests: Fishing
- Why Cedarville: I chose Cedarville so that I could be a part of a new program where I could use my experience in academia and serve students. It is a joy to see God's love in action in the lives of those we serve here. I also enjoy the fellowship and sense of community on campus. (The fish in the lake are great too!)