Department of Pharmacy Practice

Anthony Pattin, Pharm.D.

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  Associate Professor

  Department of Pharmacy Practice
  Frederic and Mary Wolfe Center 137B
  Phone: 419.383.1954



My research interests include the advancement of clinical services in the community pharmacy setting. I am involved in projects that aim to improve the use of Medication Therapy Management (MTM) and pharmacist-delivered vaccinations while decreasing barriers to the provision of these services. I am also interested in outcomes research that shows the clinical utility of pharmacists to various stakeholders, including patients, health plans, and other healthcare professionals.

Educational Background

ASHP-accredited Community Pharmacy Residency The University of Toledo, 2010
Pharm.D. The University of Toledo, 2009
B.S.P.S. The University of Toledo, 2007

Scope of Practice and Curriculum

  • Community Pharmacy Practice

Professional Experience

  • Associate Professor, The University of Toledo
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, The University of Toledo
  • Clinical Assistant Professor, Wayne State University

Awards, Honors and Grants

  • Aimed to improve research skills among community pharmacy faculty practitioners
    One of three faculty members selected to participate in the country
    Entitles scholars to $10,000 to develop a quantitative community pharmacy research project
    Awarded: November, 2015
    Status: Funded and in data analysis
  • Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR) Seed Funding
    Co-investigator and contributor to the proposal Community pharmacy participation in immunization services in Wayne County, Michigan
    Awarded: $5,000 in April, 2015
    The University of Michigan Clinical and Translational Science Program
    Status: Funded and completed
  • National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) Foundation Pharmacy Partners Program
    Merit Scholarship Award
    Principle Investigator
    Developed and submitted proposal The Advancement of Community Pharmacy through Scholarship, Education, and Collaboration at Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences."
    Awarded: $20,000 in April, 2015
    Status: Funded and completed
  • National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) Foundation Faculty Scholars Award
    One of eight junior faculty members selected to participate in the country
    Developed project Promoting partnership and engagement in a diverse urban community to describe community residents perceptions of pharmacists as immunizers with guided mentorship in program
    Improved grant writing and project development skills
    Awarded: $2,500 in January, 2014
    Status: Funded and completed
  • The American Pharmacist Association Foundation (Pattin-Resident, Powers-Preceptor)
    APhA Foundation Incentive Grant for Residents and their Preceptors
    Awarded: $1,000 in December, 2009
    Role: Resident
    Status: Funded and completed

Publications and Journals

UToledo Scholars

Curriculum Vitae

Last Updated: 6/27/22