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Cené Abroms

Administrative Associate
Renee' Acosta

Renee Acosta, R.Ph., M.S.

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Clinical Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Abbott Centennial Fellow in Pharmacy
Provost’s Teaching Fellow
Health IPE Fellow
Justina S. Amie-Lipscomb

Justina S. Amie-Lipscomb, Pharm.D.

Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacotherapy
Jamie Barner

Jamie C. Barner, Ph.D., FAACP, FAPhA

Division Head and Professor of Health Outcomes
Clifford L. Klinck, Jr. Centennial Professor
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Glen Baumgart, Ph.D.

Director of Pharmacy Continuing Education

Jeff Becker

Administrative Affairs Manager
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Sherrie Bendele

Senior Experiential Education Coordinator
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Mirna Benhamou

Senior Administrative Program & Division Coordinator, Pharmacology & Toxicology
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Kajal Bhakta, Pharm.D.

Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacotherapy
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Jennifer Bosworth, Pharm.D.

Assistant Director of Continuing Education
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Thomas L Bowie

Administrative Manager, Dean’s Office

Samantha Brenner

Administrative Associate

Administrative and office management. LRC Library Manager. Special projects.

Carolyn Brown

Carolyn Brown, Ph.D., FAPhA

Professor of Health Outcomes
Burlage Centennial Professor
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Susan K. Brown

Assistant Dean for Development & Alumni Relations
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Gregory Caldera

Director of Admissions & Student Services
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Laura Cannon, Pharm.D., MPH

Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice
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Ashley Castleberry, Pharm.D., M.Ed.

Division Head and Clinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
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Samantha Catanzano, PharmD, BCPP

Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Laura Christensen

Research Engineering/ Scientist Associate III
Shannon Cobos

Shannon Cobos

Senior Administrative Associate
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College of Pharmacy

In October 1893, three professors and 11 students began classes in below ground level rooms of the Old Red Main Building at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston.  Texas pharmacy education was born.

Over the years, faculty, students, alumni, and programs of the UT College of Pharmacy have continued to serve as stellar examples of pharmacy at its finest.  Throughout its first century, the college stood at the forefront of innovative and pioneering directions in pharmaceutical education and research.  Today, it continues that proud tradition.

Margo Cousins

Margo Cousins

Senior Human Resource Coordinator