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Jeanine Abrons, PharmD, MS, FAPhA

Clinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Science, University of Iowa College of Pharmacy

Jeanine P. Abrons, PharmD, MS, received her pharmacy degree from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, and a Master of Sciences in Social & Administrative Pharmacy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Prior to returning to Iowa – her home state – she was a Clinical Assistant Professor at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Albany, NY. She now serves as the Clinical Associate Professor and Director of Student Pharmacist International Activities at the University of Iowa, College of Pharmacy, where her focus areas are writing and editing, and global health for underserved patient populations, and integrative medicine. Her experience in writing and publishing extends to work as Editor of the University of Iowa, Teaching Cases and the University of Iowa, Active Learning Exercises; Author and Editor of the APhA Pharmacists Peripheral Brain; and an Associate Editor role and Editorial Advisory Board role for the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association and work with Pulses and Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning.

Abrons’ work with global underserved care extends to multiple countries, however, her primary work centers around partnerships in Dominica, collaborating with a local eco-based, social entrepreneur, the Ministry of Health, and a private pharmacy. She has obtained licensure in this country. In Iowa, she is actively involved in health promotion/health prevention as Co-Director of Mobile Clinics. She is passionate about the individualization of teaching/services while coordinating engagement and leadership, global health, and travel medicine courses. Abrons’ honors at the University of Iowa include recognition in 2016 with the Academic Teaching Advisory Council’s Innovations in Teaching with Technology Award and the College of Pharmacy’s 2018 Teacher of the Year Award. Her honors in a pharmacy in 2021 include the AACP Global Health Pharmacist of the Year and the APhA Pinnacle Award, recognizing her contributions to global health and underserved care, and being a finalist for the Woman of the Year in pharmacy.


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