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Doctor of Pharmacy

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Deans' Greeting

One of the most exciting and dynamic professions in health care is pharmacy. As the health care needs of our communities have increased in both complexity and cost, the pharmacy profession has assumed a more active role in the direct, clinically focused care of patients and their families. Schools of pharmacy, in turn, have responded with a variety of course changes to accommodate those shifts. Students enrolling in Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) programs are now extensively trained in disease pathologies, patient assessment, patient communication, clinical decision-making, cost-effective and clinically effective therapy management, clinical research methods, and business strategies.

At Cedarville University, we go even further in our approach to taking care of patients. We recognize that serving people is God’s call in our life. In addition to affording students experiences in industry (e.g., research and development of drug products), various high-level practice settings, and unique health care companies, we also provide students with experiences in underserved populations, assist students in finding God’s call within their chosen profession, and challenge students to be innovative in every facet of professional engagement. We desire our graduates to be good stewards of God’s wisdom.

Graduates will be exposed to the myriad unmet needs within the health care system. At Cedarville University, we are preparing you to create strategies to initiate positions, companies, or organizations to meet those needs. Our hope is that you will graduate from our program not just seeking positions, but envisioning and creating the positions that will make a difference in our society.

We are glad that you chose to be part of our unique mission and rewarding profession!

Deans

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Marc Sweeney, R.Ph., Pharm.D.

Dean, Professor of Pharmacy Practice

  • Location HSC 238A
  • phone-handset 937-766-7480
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Jeff Bates, R.Ph., Pharm.D.

Associate Dean, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice

  • Location HSC 238 B
  • phone-handset 937-766-3016
  • Email Email

Pharmacy Practice Faculty

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Douglas Anderson, R.Ph., Pharm.D.

Chair, Professor of Pharmacy Practice

  • Location HSC 241A
  • phone-handset 937-766-3017
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Ginger Cameron, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

  • Location HSC 233
  • phone-handset 937-766-3733
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Aleda Chen, R.Ph., Pharm.D., Ph.D.

Assistant Dean, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice

  • Location HSC 251
  • phone-handset 937-766-7454
  • Email Email
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Justin Cole, R.Ph., Pharm.D.

Vice Chair of Pharmacy Practice, Asst. Professor of Pharmacy Practice

  • Location HSC 249
  • phone-handset 937-766-4975
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Marty Eng, R.Ph., Pharm.D.

Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice

  • Location HSC 235
  • phone-handset 937-766-4972
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Thad Franz, R.Ph., Pharm.D.

Vice Chair of Experiential Programs and Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

  • Location HSC 246
  • phone-handset 937-766-4985
  • Email Email
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Melody Hartzler, R.Ph., Pharm.D.

Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice

  • Location HSC 231
  • phone-handset 937-766-7482
  • Email Email
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Jeff Huston, R.Ph., B.S.Pharm.

Instructor of Pharmacy Practice & Dir. Pharmacy Practice Lab

  • Location HSC 245
  • phone-handset 937-766-7486
  • Email Email
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Zach Jenkins, R.Ph., Pharm.D.

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

  • Location HSC 240
  • phone-handset 937-766-3057
  • Email Email
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Emily Laswell, R.Ph., Pharm.D.

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

  • Location HSC 236
  • phone-handset 937-766-7459
  • Email Email
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Brenda Pahl, R.Ph., Pharm.D.

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

  • Location HSC 234
  • phone-handset 937-766-7451
  • Email Email
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David Peters, Pharm.D.

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

  • Location HSC 248
  • phone-handset 937-766-7450
  • Email Email
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Mark Pinkerton, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

  • Location HSC 230
  • phone-handset 937-766-7417
  • Email Email
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Andrew Straw, R.Ph., Pharm.D.

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

  • Location HSC 250
  • phone-handset 937-766-7498
  • Email Email
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Dennis Sullivan, M.D.

Professor of Pharmacy Practice

  • Location HSC 229
  • phone-handset 937-766-7573
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Pharmaceutical Sciences Faculty

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Samson Amos, R.Ph., Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences

  • Location HSC 122
  • phone-handset 937-766-7401
  • Email Email
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Melissa Beck, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences

  • Location HSC 119
  • phone-handset 937-766-7402
  • Email Email
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Elisha Injeti, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences

  • Location HSC 121
  • phone-handset 937-766-3018
  • Email Email
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Rocco Rotello, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences

  • Location HSC 117
  • phone-handset 937-766-7478
  • Email Email
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Denise Simpson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences

  • Location HSC 118
  • phone-handset 937-766-7489
  • Email Email