The Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy
Full Name: Dana Brown
Assistant Dean for Academics/ Associate Professor
Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Assistant Dean for Academics
Pharm.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
A native of North Carolina, Dana Brown is currently assistant dean for academics and an associate professor of pharmacy practice at the Palm Beach Atlantic University (PBA) Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy. She coordinates and teaches in pharmacy calculations during the first didactic year, and serves as an instructor in the pharmacotherapy sequence. In addition, she lectures on missions in the psychosocial, spiritual, and behavioral aspects of health course. She serves on the curriculum and academic policies committee, executive committee, and student success committee. Dr. Brown is the faculty advisor for the Gamma Chi chapter of Rho Chi at the Gregory School of Pharmacy. As part of her responsibilities at PBA, Dr. Brown is actively involved in international medical missions and has led and participated in trips to the Dominican Republic, Belize, and Costa Rica. She has published four articles in 2012 in Annals of Pharmacotherapy on the topic of missions. She serves as a peer reviewer for Annals of Pharmacotherapy, American Journal of Pharmacy Education, International Journal of Women’s Health, Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database, Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, and Pharmacy Times. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2004 and completed a primary care/managed care residency at Campbell University from 2004 to 2005. During this time, she spent six months in a private practice setting, managing anticoagulation, dyslipidemia, and diabetes. The remaining six months were devoted to internal medicine, drug information, and ambulatory care within an indigent care setting as part of the AHEC model. Dr. Brown and her husband Greg, a community pharmacist, reside with their son, Austin, in Wellington, Florida.