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Anthony Serracino-Inglott, Pharm.D.

Anthony Serracino-Inglott, Pharm.D., is a Professor of Pharmacy at the University of Malta. His research interests are in biopharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics, pharmaceutical regulatory sciences, patient safety, personalized medicines, and pharmacy education.

Inspired by the example of Donald Francke who was a founding member of ASHP, three-term President, and a visionary for ASHP’s practice standards and guidelines, education and publications, Dr. Serracino-Inglott was instrumental in developing clinical pharmacy services and establishing hospital interprofessional practices and collaborative healthcare higher education models in Europe. He is active in pharmaceutical regulatory sciences leading to international collaboration in promoting the safety, efficacy, and quality of medicines. He is Chair of the Malta Medicines Authority and a member of the Management Board of the European Medicines Agency.

Dr. Serracino-Inglott contributed to the development of pharmacy health-systems across the globe through high profile interventions as a consultant to ministers of health and education and during his participation in international meetings such as at the World Health Organisation, where he championed collaborative involvement of pharmacists.

Dr. Serracino-Inglott spearheaded several innovations in pharmacy education, including teaching models that support critical thinking competencies. He is a key academic in the innovative post-graduate international doctorate in pharmacy offered by the University of Malta in collaboration with the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Dr. Serracino-Inglott participates actively in the European Association of Faculties of Pharmacy activities, the European Society of Clinical Pharmacy, and the International Pharmaceutical Federation.

Dr. Serracino-Inglott studied pharmacy in Malta and the United States; he received a Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 1972 from the University of Cincinnati. He completed a pharmacy residency at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center under the supervision of Donald E. Francke.