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Martin J. Ohlinger, Pharm.D.
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Dr. Ohlinger received his Bachelors of Science in Biology from the College of William and Mary in Virginia; and his Bachelors
Science and Doctor of Pharmacy degrees from the Medical College of Virginia. He completed his post-graduate residency training
in critical care
and emergency medicine at Detroit Receiving Hospital in Detroit, MI.
In addition to his classroom teaching responsibilities, Dr. Ohlinger maintains an active practice with the Surgical Critical
service at the UT Medical Center, a Level I Trauma Center. His scholarly activity interests focus on clinical critical care
issues, and didactic
and experiential training of pharmacy students and residents.
Dr. Ohlinger has served as program director of the PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Residency since 1999. He coordinates the Advanced
Clinical Pharmacokinetics course, as well as the Pulmonary module and Critical Care/Nutrition module within the Pathophysiology
Pharmacotherapy (PPT) sequence, and he lectures in the Neuropsychiatry module, and Patient Care Rounds.
Dr. Ohlinger currently serves on the Curriculum Committee, Professional Admissions Committee, Scholarships, Awards, and Commencement Committee, and the Honors Committee in the College of Pharmacy, and the University's Student Conduct Hearing Board. He also is the faculty advisor for two student organizations: the UT Student Society of Health-System Pharmacists and Rxeal Life.
Heis a member of the American Society of Hospital Pharmacists, the Ohio Society of Health System Pharmacists (past Board member),
Pharmacists Association, the Toledo Area Society of Health-System Pharmacists (past President), the American College of Clinical
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, and the Society of Critical Care Medicine (past Board member and officer of
the Clinical Pharmacy
and Pharmacology section). He currently is a “coach” for SCCM’s Paragon project, a program whose goal is to help critical
care programs around the U.S. achieve excellence. Dr. Ohlinger has been recognized four times with SCCM’s Presidential Citation
outstanding contributions to the Society.
Dr. Ohlinger lives in Toledo with his wife, Lisa, and four daughters, Christy, Amy, Sarah, and Megan. He spends his free time with his family, traveling, running, enjoying woodworking and volunteering at his church and children's schools.
Selected Recent Publications and Presentations:
Barletta JF, Cooper B, Ohlinger MJ. Adverse drug events associated with disorders of coagulation. Crit Care Med 2010;38 (Suppl.):S198-S218.
Sanuth B, Jung R, Ohlinger MJ. Prospective Comparison of Daytime vs. Nighttime Sedatives and Opioid Analgesics Use in the Medical and Surgical Intensive Care Units. Crit Care Med. 2009;37 (12 Suppl):A493. Poster presentation at 2010 Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual Congress in Miami, FL.
Sanuth B, Ohlinger MJ, Martin SJ. Ceftobripole and doripenem: New antibiotics for potential use in critical illness. Critical Connections 2009; 8(3):18-9.
Dotson BD, Ohlinger MJ. Letter to the editor re: Empiric antimicrobial therapy for healthcare and ventilator associated pneumonia. Crit Care Med 2008;36(5):1696-7.
Sawyer E, Mauro LS, Ohlinger MJ. Amantadine enhancement of arousal and cognition after traumatic brain injury. Ann Pharacother 2008;42:247-52.
Fish DN, Ohlinger MJ. Antimicrobial resistance: factors and outcomes. Critical Care Clinics 2006;22(2):291-311.
"The Injectable Drug Reference", Bioscientific Resources, developed in conjunction with the Society of Critical Care Medicine, 2nd Edition, 2006. Contributing author.
Martin SJ, Ohlinger MJ, "Nosocomial Gram-Negative Infections" in PSAP: Pharmacotherapy Self-Assessment Program. Fifth Edition. American College of Clinical Pharmacy, Kansas City, MO. Copyright 2005.
Ohlinger MJ Analgesia in the ICU since the SCCM 2002 guidelines: what’s new? Critical Connections 2004;3(2):12.
Ohlinger MJ, Black CD. Influence of Teaching Assistantships on Choosing a Career in Academia. Poster Presentation at AACP Annual Meeting and Seminars, July 12-17, 2002. Kansas City, MO.