Title: Dean, Professor
Company: Marshall University School of Pharmacy
Location: Chesapeake, Ohio, United States
Gayle A. Brazeau, Dean and Professor of the Marshall University School of Pharmacy, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in pharmaceutical education.
In preparation for her professional pursuits, Dr. Brazeau first attended the University of Toledo College of Pharmacy, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in pharmacy in 1980 and a Master of Science in pharmaceutical sciences in 1983. She continued her academic efforts at the University at Buffalo, part of the State University of New York, graduating with a Doctor of Philosophy in pharmaceutics from the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences in 1989. Following her higher education, Dr. Brazeau has shared her expertise with numerous institutions, holding posts at the University of Houston, the University of Florida, the University at Buffalo, and the University of New England, among others. Since 2018, she has worked as a dean and professor of the School of Pharmacy at Marshall University.
Alongside her primary professional pursuits, Dr. Brazeau has worked as a consultant to numerous pharmacy organizations, including Stryker Biotech, Roche Pharmaceuticals, Epic Pharmaceuticals, Somatocor, Novartis Inc., Cubist Pharmaceuticals, Ribozyme, Biogen, and Pfizer, among multiple others. She has also contributed her time to the Hospice of Southern Maine, the Scarborough Economic Development Corporation, the Fairfield Community Development Corporation, the American Red Cross, and the American Federation for the Blind. Dr. Brazeau is the editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, a post she has held since 2015, and has served on the editorial boards of myriad further publications. In addition, she is an author and contributor of numerous scientific articles, papers, books, chapters, and abstracts, and she has further shared her knowledge as a speaker at invited presentations in her field.
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