Dr. Daniel Brown served as dean of the Gregory School of Pharmacy from 2005 – 2010, at which time he returned to full-time teaching. He has over 35 years of academic and professional experience, much of which has been spent working in hospital pharmacy management. His career began as a high school chemistry teacher before pursuing a degree in pharmacy. Dr. Brown has served as a clinical practice faculty member at four other schools of pharmacy, holding such positions as director of drug information, director of experiential education, director of pharmacy services, director of ambulatory care, and program director for an ASHP-accredited pharmacy practice residency. He also established a pharmacy residency program at two different institutions. Dr. Brown has published numerous articles in professional journals and has presented at state and national pharmacy meetings on a variety of topics, including clinical pharmacokinetics, leadership, and professionalism. He is an active member of AACP, ACCP, ASHP, APhA, FPA, FSHP, Rho Chi, Phi Lambda Sigma, and Pharmacy Servant Leaders for Christ, and formerly served on the board of directors of the North Carolina Pharmacist Recovery Network.