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Timothy J. Smith, RPh, PhD

Professor

Contact

Phone: 209.946.3168
Email: tsmith@pacific.edu

Education

BS in Pharmacy, Purdue University, 1978

PhD in Pharmacology, University of Minnesota, 1983

PostDoc, University of Notre Dame

At Pacific Since: 1993

Timothy J. Smith, RPh, PhD earned his bachelor of science in pharmacy from Purdue University in 1978 and his doctor of philosophy in pharmacology from University of Minnesota in 1983. He joined the Pacific family in 1993. His career has included affiliation with four pharmacy schools and two medical schools. 

In addition to his academic appointment, Dr. Smith serves as the Director of the Global Consortium for Life Systems Research and Design.  In addition, he volunteers for BioLink, an organization that distributes scientific supplies donated by companies in the biotech industry to schools and universities in Northern California.

In his teaching role at Pacific, Dr. Smith is inspired by the enthusiasm and generosity of the pharmacy and graduate students.  He often shares his avocation; guitarist, singer and songwriter, with these students.

 

Teaching Philosophy: "Human learning is most effectively a social experience."

Courses:

PHRM 136 - Pharmacology and Medicinal Chemistry II
PHRM 145 - Pharmacology and Medicinal Chemistry III
PHRM 122 - Physiology and Pathophysiology I
PHRM 123 - Physiology and Pathophysiology II
PHYP 138 - Essentials of Toxicology
DH 121 - Dental Hygiene Pharmacology

 

Research Summary: "My research focuses on the use of computers to make drug therapy more effective and the use of natural materials to increase the effectiveness and novel application of drugs."

Research Interests: 

  • Neural Computing
  • Environmental and Ecotoxicology
  • Biopolymer Pharmacology

 

Smith, TJ. Neural Network Analysis for Predicting Diastolic Blood Pressure Reductions with Calcium Channel Blocker, Angiotensin Antagonist and Diuretic Combination Therapy: A Preliminary Overview. International Journal of Neural Networks and Applications. 4(2) July-December 2011 pp. 125-126.