Martha Garcia-Stout, a registered and licensed pharmacist, earned her pharmacy doctorate (Pharm D) in 1997, followed by a juris doctorate degree in 2007. Her unique education, training, and experience has been put to good use at UCF where she has served as a faculty member since 2014. Initially, Garcia-Stout taught undergraduate and graduate courses focusing on legal issues for students enrolled in the Sport and Exercise Sciences program. In 2019, she accepted a position in the Department of Health Sciences where she teaches Introduction to Pharmacology and Professional Development in the Health Professions. Prior to working at UCF, Garcia-Stout worked as an inpatient hospital pharmacist at Norman Regional Medical Center in Norman, Oklahoma, Cardinal Healthcare in West Palm Beach, Florida, and Bergan Mercy Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska.
- PharmD, Doctor of Pharmacy, Creighton University
- JD, Juris Doctorate, Purdue University
- RPh, Registered Pharmacist
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