Monica L. Miller
Associate Head for Engagement, Department of Pharmacy Practice
Dean’s Fellow for Wellness Initiatives
2008 MS, University of Texas
2006 PharmD, University of Minnesota
2002 BS, St. Cloud State University
Intercultural Development, Global Health, Underserved populations, student professional development
PHRM 825, Integrated Pharmacotherapy I
IPHRM 403, 404, Integrated Laboratories
PHRM 820, 821, 840, 860, Professional Program Laboratories
PHRM 827, Public Health Pharmacy
PHRM 844, 864, Integrated Therapeutics
PHRM 880, Purdue APPE Rotation
CLPH 457, Pharmaceutical Care in Developing Countries
CLPH 490, Preparing for a Postgraduate Residency Training Program
CLPH 490, Advanced Clinical Topics
Honors and Credentials
Mariner Project Participant
IMPACT FellowTeaching for Tomorrow Fellow
Chaney Family Preceptor of the Year Purdue University HELP Fellow
Erin Slater Mentoring Achievement Award
The Engagement Scholarship/W.K.Kellogg Foundation Engagement Award – Purdue Kenya Partnership
Purdue University Corps of Engagement Award – Purdue Kenya Partnership
Service Learning Faculty Fellow
Service Learning Faculty Development Award
ASHP Best Practices Award – Purdue Kenya Partnership
Internal Medicine at Eskenazi Health
1.. Chang AC, Miller ML, Schellhase EM. Expansion of Pharmacy Student’s Involvement in Global Health. Purdue Journal of Service-Learning and International Engagement. (Accepted)
2. Hoyos MA, Tomlin CH, Miller ML, Schellhase E, Pastakia S, Kimani S, Mercer T. Student Pharmacists and Street Children: A Mutually Beneficial Relationship. Purdue Journal of Service-Learning and International Engagement. (Accepted)
3. Caligiuri F, Miller ML, Schellhase E. Criteria for Evaluating Global Health Partnerships in Colleges of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. (Accepted) DOI: 10.10106/j.cptl.2017.01.008.
4. Karwa R, Miller ML, Schellhase, Crowe S, Thikirwa D. International Pharaceutical Federation (FIP). Transforming our Workforce. Workforce Development and Education Systems, Tools, and Navigation 2016. Purdue Kenya Partnership Case Report; 2016.
5. Grzesiak KM, Vargo CA, Schellhase EM, Miller ML, Karwa R, Pastakia SD, Jakait B. Learning to Sew: A Student Pharmacist Service Learning Experience. Purdue Journal of Service-Learning and International Engagement. 2016 Vol 3; Iss 1, Article 13. DOI: 10.5703/1288284316175.
6. Davis L, Miller ML, Raub JN, Gortney JS. Constructive ways to prevent, identify, and remediate challenging trainees in experiential education. AJHP. 2016 73:996-1009. DOI: 10.2146/ajhp150330.
7. Miller ML, Karwa R, Schellhase EM, Pastakia SD, Crowe S, Manji I, Jakait B, Maina M. Meeting the Needs of Underserved Patients in Western Kenya by Creating the Next Generations of Global Health Leaders. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 2016;80(2) Article 22. DOI: 10.5688/ajpe80222.
8. Tomlin CR, Miller ML*, Schellhase EM, New G, Karwa R, Ouma MN. Assessing Reverse Culture Shock Following an International Pharmacy Practice Experience. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. 6 (2014) 106-113. DOI:10.1016/j.cptl.2013.09.015.
9. Schellhase EM, Miller ML, Ogallo W, Pastakia SD. Pharmaceutical Care in Kenya: An Elective Course. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 2013;77(3):63-67. DOI: 10.5688/AJPE77360.
10. Manji I, Pastakia SD, Do AN, Ouma MN, Schellhase E, Karwa R, Miller ML, Saina C, Akanalo C. Performance Outcomes of a Pharmacist Managed Anticoagulation Clinic in the Rural Resource-Constrained Setting of Eldoret, Kenya. Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis 2011 Nov;9(11):2215-20. DOI: 10.1111/j.1538-7836.2011.04503.x.