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Butler University Bulletin

College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

COPHS Class

Administration

Robert P. Soltis, PhD, Dean

Jennifer A. Snyder, PhD, PA-C, Associate Dean of Academic and Administrative Services

Julia M. Koehler, PharmD, Associate Dean of External Affiliations

Angela V. Ockerman, PharmD, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs

Jane M. Gervasio, PharmD, Department Chair of Pharmacy Practice

John Hertig, MS, PharmD, Vice Chair, Pharmacy Practice

Marcos Oliveira, PhD, Department Chair Pharmaceutical Sciences, MS Program Director

Kimberly Beck, PhD, Pharmacy Program Director

Chris Roman, MA, MMS, PA-C, Program Director and Department Chair of PA Studies

Elizabeth Schmidt, MS, PA-C, Assistant Program Director, Phyisican Assistant Program

Linda J. Sekhon, DHSc, PA-C, Program Director and Department Chair of Doctor of Medical Science Program

Amy Sutton Peak, PharmD, Program Director and Department Chair of Undergraduate Health Sciences Programs

Professors

  • Meghan M. Bodenberg, PharmD
  • Bernadette K. Brown, PharmD
  • Pamela L. Crowell, PhD
  • Nandita Das, PhD
  • Sudip K. Das, PhD
  • Alexandre M. Erkine, PhD
  • Jane M. Gervasio, PharmD
  • Joseph K. Jordan, PharmD
  • Chad Knoderer, PharmD
  • Julia M. Koehler, PharmD
  • Brenda L. Quincy, MPH, PhD, PA-C
  • Linda J. Sekhon, DHSc, PA-C
  • Carriann Smith, PharmD
  • Brenda L. Quincy, PhD
  • Jennifer A. Snyder, PhD, PA-C
  • Robert P. Soltis, PhD
  • Michael A. Vance, PhD

Associate Professors

  • Jarrett R. Amsden, PharmD
  • Alex J. Ansara, PharmD
  • Kimberly M. Beck, PhD
  • Tracy Costello, PharmD
  • Lauren Czosnowski, PharmD
  • Kendra M. Damer, PharmD
  • Patricia S. Devine, PharmD
  • Raymond Eifel, EdD, PA-C
  • Stephanie L. Enz, PharmD
  • Hala M. Fadda, PhD
  • Samuel L Gurevitz, PharmD
  • Jennifer R. Guthrie, MPAS, PA-C
  • John Hertig, PharmD
  • Angela V. Ockerman, PharmD
  • Marcos Oliveira,PhD
  • Amy Sutton Peak, PharmD
  • Darin C. Ramsey, PharmD
  • David Reeves, PharmD
  • Chris T. Roman, MA, MMS, PA-C
  • Laura F. Ruekert, PharmD
  • Lindsay M. Saum, PharmD
  • Tracy L. Sprunger, PharmD
  • Daniel P. Sturm, MMS, PA-C
  • Kevin M. Tuohy, PharmD
  • Alison M. Walton, PharmD
  • Jessica E. Wilhoite, PharmD
  • Deborah S. Zeitlin, PharmD
  • Jennifer S. Zorn, MS, PA-C

Assistant Professors

  • Prachi Arora, PhD
  • Kacey Carroll
  • Andrew Chastain, MSPAS, PA-C
  • Caleb A. Class, PhD, PharmD
  • Mikaela Drake, PhD
  • Laurel Fauquher, MS, PA-C
  • Weimin C. Hong, PhD
  • Phillip King, PharmD
  • Mark Lutz, MPAS, PA-C
  • Chioniso P. Masamha, PhD
  • Annette T. McFarland, PharmD
  • Michele Moore, PhD
  • Isaac Omenka, PhD
  • Sheel M. Patel, PharmD
  • Jacob Peters, PharmD
  • Elizabeth Richardson, PharmD
  • Andrew Schmelz, PharmD
  • Elizabeth Schmidt, MS, PA-C
  • Carol A. Sitzman, MPAS, PA-C
  • Jessica S. Triboletti, PharmD
  • Veronica Vernon, PharmD
  • Kali Veness, MPAS, PA-C

Lecturer

  • Margaret S. Stratford, PharmD

Instructors

  • Mark Bochan, MD
  • Kevin Bogenschutz, PA-C
  • Kate Carter, NP
  • Jason Cooper, MD
  • Roberto Darroca, MD
  • Kate Kaiser, PA-C
  • John A. Lucich, MD
  • Laura Marquez, PA-C
  • Jessica McCain, MD
  • James Pike, DO
  • Leila Reed, PA-C
  • Cindy Selzer, PharmD
  • Emily Skeeters, PA-C
  • Lori Vasquez, PA-C

Contact

Pharmacy and Health Sciences Building, Room 107
4600 Sunset Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46208

Phone: 317-940-9322

Website: www.butler.edu/cophs

Mission

Our mission is to provide innovative and interprofessional educational experiences in the health sciences. Connecting with a liberal arts perspective, we develop life-long learners who are able to serve society as dedicated health professionals, scholars, and community leaders.

Values

  • Professionally Focused. Inspire with excellence in teaching and model lifelong learning. We have a passion for our life work and have dedicated our careers to training the next generation of healthcare providers and educators. We look for new ways to improve learning, and we adapt to the need for new knowledge, skills, and attitudes. We share our practical experiences with our students so that what they learn is directly connected to actual patient care or to our scholarship. We utilize real-life experiences wherever possible so that students develop an appreciation for the patient and societal variables that add complexity to the care of an individual or of a population. As faculty, we have developed a collaborative learning environment and are respectful and supportive of one another.
  • Student Focused. Dedicated to our students. We are dedicated to our students and committed to their development, both inside and outside the classroom, with teaching, advising, project oversight, and experiential learning.
  • Patient Focused. Dedicated to our patients and our professions. We are experienced healthcare practitioners and investigators who exude a high regard for patient care that is transmitted to our students. We teach others so our professions can excel and provide better patient care and research each day.

Goals

  • Education and Practice. Advance the practice of our healthcare professions and emphasize the importance of an interdisciplinary approach by providing effective and innovative programs for undergraduate, graduate, and professional-level learners.
  • Research and Scholarly Activity. Conduct focused research and scholarly activity that is consistent with our expertise and tied to student experiences.
  • Public Health, Service, and Leadership. Foster leadership and service for students, faculty, and staff through public health-related community outreach, University and College service, and involvement in professional organizations.
  • Employer of Choice. Create an employment environment that provides leadership, personal growth, and resources to be a desired place of employment for the ongoing vitality of our programs.
  • Collaboration. Develop collaborations to increase the reach and effectiveness of our programs and public health initiatives.