Research at Larkin University

Research is critical to the economic and social development of a society.  It is the very core of a university.  It is translating what we learn from research into the educational curriculum for students that fosters and promotes the growth of new discoveries and new knowledge development.  Good research, and there are many types of research, is a blending of science, technology, and innovation.  It is the ability to ask and question the unthinkable and then seeing that query turn into reality with impactful outcomes.  Research is the foundation for knowledge that makes possible so much of the innovation and application of it.  This process of research and application has benefited the world for centuries especially in the health and biomedical science arenas.  Even if research does not completely satisfy the original question being posed by the researcher, the effort and processes of that research add to the global knowledge and provide the source for new ideas, modified techniques, and new disciplinary or multidisciplinary research initiatives.

As one of the newest universities in the state of Florida, the faculty and administrators at Larkin University are committed to engaging and supporting high-quality research for our faculty and students.  We are dedicated to a research agenda that includes both qualitative and quantitative research within the context of the needs of a global society.  Our faculty have developed, and are continuing to expand, their partnerships with academic institutions and research centers throughout the world.  In addition to these partnerships and affiliations, Larkin University has a strong research environment with its affiliated hospitals, clinical training sites, and community partners.  Interprofessional research opportunities for students are integrated throughout our graduate programs of study.  I invite you to review the vast experience in research of our faculty and administrators.

“A scientist can be productive in various ways.  One is having the ability to plan and carry out experiments, but the other is having the ability to formulate new ideas, which can be about what experiments can be carried out….by making the proper calculations.  Individual scientists who are successful in their work are successful for different reasons.”  Linus Pauling

Our Researchers

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Dr. Rudi Ettrich,
RNDr, MSc, PhD

Dr. Andrea Murzello,
PharmD

Dr. Joshua Caballero,
PharmD, BCPP, FCCP

Dr. Subrata Deb,
B.Pharm, M.Pharm, PhD

Dr. Felix E. Rivera-Mariani,
PhD

Dr. Ruth E. Nemire,
PharmD, EdD, FCCP, FNAP

Dr. Juan F. Mosley II,
PharmD, CPh, AAHIVP

Dr. Mara Poulakos,
PharmD

Dr. Priscilla Ryder,
MPH, PhD

Dr. Sweta Andrews,
PharmD

Dr. Anna Dellarole,
RPh, PhD

Dr. Jason Range,
JD, PhD

Dr. Melissa Santibañez,
PharmD, BCCCP

Dr. Cici Walker,
PharmD

Dr. Mostafa M. Elgebaly,
RPh, PhD

Dr. Debasish Basak,
PhD

Dr. Christiane Chbib,
PharmD

Dr. Nicole Lounsbury,
PhD

Dr. Sandeep Sheth,
PhD

Dr. Surabhi Shukla,
PhD

Dr. Kallidaikurichi V. Venkatachalam (Dr. Venk)

Dr. Antonelli Bonci,
PhD

Dr. Bonkole Johnson,
PhD

Dr. Alexandru Movila,
PhD

Dr. Rose Yesha,
PhD

Dr. Lubov Nathanson,
PhD

Dr. Vladimir Beljanski,
PhD

Dr. Marcos Sanchez
Gonzalez

Dr. Jennifer Hartman,
PharmD

Dr. Jordan Sedlacek,
PharmD

Dr. Jennifer Thomas
PharmD, BCPP, AAHIVP

Dr. Marti Echols
PhD

 
 
 
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