Department of Pharmacy Practice

Department of Pharmacy Practice

The Department of Pharmacy Practice includes the divisions of Pharmacy Practice, Pharmaceutics and Industrial Pharmacy, and Health Outcomes and Socioeconomic Sciences.

About the Department

The department has 15 tenure/tenure-track faculty members, 12 clinical-track faculty members, four staff people, and 12 residents who participate in undergraduate and graduate education, post-graduate training, basic and clinical research, and the practice of pharmacy. In addition, over 300 community-based faculty members assist the department in the teaching mission by providing introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences and scientific internships.

The Department provides instruction in the following academic programs:

  • Doctor of Pharmacy
  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Cosmetic Science and Formulation Design major
  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmacy Administration major
  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmaceutics major
  • Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Health Outcomes and Socioeconomic Sciences option
  • Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Industrial Pharmacy option

Nearly all faculty members in the department are pharmacists. The faculty represents a diverse group of interests and activities that lead to the accomplishment of mission of the college and university in each of the division disciplines.

Faculty members practice at the University of Toledo Medical Center and Clinics, the Center for Health Services, Zepf Behavioral Health, and Kroger Pharmacy, among other practice sites.

Health Outcome and Socioeconomic Sciences

The division of Health Outcomes and Socioeconomic Sciences includes faculty members with expertise in social and behavior health, pharmacoeconomics, and healthcare outcomes. The division provides BSPS and MS degree programs in pharmacy administration and health outcomes.

Pharmaceutics and Industrial Pharmacy

The division of  Pharmaceutics and Industrial Pharmacy prepares students to assume pharmaceutical manufacturing positions performing a variety of specialized tasks including pre-formulation evaluation, dosage form design, stability testing, pilot plant scale-up and production. 


Have questions about the department?

Martin OhlingerContact Dr. Martin Ohlinger, Department Chair




Last Updated: 5/18/21