Dr. Benjamin Pullinger Named Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy

By Jenna Pizzi

Published on October 10, 2017

Benjamin PullingerDr. Benjamin Pullinger was named assistant professor of clinical pharmacy at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. He comes to USciences after completing a residency in internal medicine and transitions of care at Temple University School of Pharmacy.

Dr. Pullinger will be teaching clinical pharmacokinetics, acute care medicine, and supporting students on clinical rotation at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ. He will also serve as preceptor at the Cooper Rowan Clinic, a student-led clinic serving the uninsured and underinsured in Camden.

Dr. Pullinger’s research and clinical interests include transitions of care, anticoagulation, cardiology and diabetes.

Dr. Pullinger received his bachelor’s degree in chemistry at Grove City College and his doctor of pharmacy at Temple University School of Pharmacy. Originally from New Brighton, Pa., he currently resides in Roxborough with his wife Faith and their son Luke.

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