Luke Berenbrok is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy and Therapeutics joining faculty in 2014. He is the Director of PittPharmacy's community service practice, SilverScripts and serves to mentor students on community based research and outreach.
His practice interests include expanding community based care through immunizations, diabetes education, and Medication Therapy Management which correlates to his research focus of community pharmacist provided services and its impact on ensuring quality patient care.
Dr. Berenbrok is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy, and a graduate of the PGY1 Community Pharmacy Practice Residency with Kerr Drug/Walgreens and the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy in Chapel Hill, NC.
Community pharmacy services
Comprehensive medication management
Employee health and wellness
2018 APhA-APPM Presentation Merit Award
2018 University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy Stanford I. Cohen Teacher of the Year
2018 University of Pittsburgh APhA-ASP Faculty Member of the Year
2015 University of Pittsburgh APhA-ASP Faculty Member of the Year
The merged pharmacology classroom: A formative and interdisciplinary approach to physician assistant education. University of Pittsburgh, Advisory Council on Instructional Excellence. 2018-2019. Co-Investigator.
Expanding the role of pharmacy technicians and workforce impact. NACDS. 2017-2018. Co-Investigator.
Improving vaccination rates through community partnerships and technology. NACDS/CDC. 2016-2018. Co-Investigator.
Test2LearnTM: Community pharmacists pharmacogenomics education certificate program. NACDS. 2016-2021. Co-Investigator.