Stephanie Tubb, PharmD, BCPSAssistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Dr. Stephanie Tubb coordinates the reproductive health and renal content throughout the pharmacy curriculum. In the classroom, she is able to pull in real-life patient scenarios from her years working in the Women's Clinic at a local VA facility and her training in the inpatient setting. Alongside her efforts in the classroom, Dr. Tubb co-directs the Teaching Certificate Program for local pharmacy residents. Her research often focuses on teaching and learning concepts and women's health topics.
Education and Credentials
- PharmD, Cedarville University School of Pharmacy
- BSPS, Cedarville University
- Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist, Board of Pharmacy Specialities
- PGY-2 Internal Medicine Pharmacy Residency, Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center
- PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency, Dayton VA Medical Center
- Internal Medicine Residents' Perceptions of Pharmacist Involvement in Medical Rounds (S. M. Tubb, E. B. Loesch) Innovations in Pharmacy Practice (2020)
- Integrating Health Literacy and Cultural Competency Concepts Across the Doctor of Pharmacy Curriculum (A. M. Chen, S. M. Cailor, E. Wicker, N. G. Harper, T. F. Franz, B. Pahl) American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (2020)
- A Stimulated Patient Experience to Improve Pharmacy Student Empathy for Patients on Hemodialysis (L. Sjoquist, S. Cailor, R. Wilcox, L. Conkey, B. Ng, E. Laswell) Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning (2020) Immunocontraceptive Caccines: An Ethical Analysis (M. L. Olejarczyk, S. M. Tubb, D. M. Sullivan) Dignitas (2019)
Women's health and internal medicine topics
- In my down time, I enjoy spending time with my husband and our golden retriever, reading historical fiction, working on jigsaw puzzles, and listening to oldies music.
As a Cedarville graduate, I've seen firsthand the benefits of an education from this school. Cedarville provided me with a well-rounded pharmacy education, while also encouraging me to stand firm on Scripture and seek Christ first. Many of the faculty were kind, encouraging mentors. I'm grateful to now be in a role where I can give back by mentoring students of my own, encouraging them to pursue their passions and to grow in their relationship with the Lord.