Department of Pharmacy Practice
Anita E. Ciarleglio, Ph.D.
Dr. Ciarleglio received her B.S. in pharmacy from St. Louis College of Pharmacy, and her Ph.D. in Pharmacology at St. Louis University School of Medicine. She has been licensed as a registered pharmacist in Hawaii since 1996. After earning her Ph.D., she subsequently performed postdoctoral work at St. Louis University School of Medicine and at the University of Miami School of Medicine and Dade County Medical Examiner Office Department of Toxicology. She has held many professional and instructional positions, notably conducting in-depth continuing education programs for pharmacists through Pacific Seminars Inc., and serving as an Ambulatory Care clinical pharmacist at Kaiser Permanente. Dr. Ciarleglio has instructed hundreds of students each semester through statewide distance-learning programs, as well as being highly active in several community education programs, and the pharmacy technology programs for the education of pharmacy technicians. She has been instrumental in coordinating the first and second year of the UHH-DKICP curriculum and continues with other faculty, to review and revise the curriculum through her service on the curriculum committee.
Dr. Ciarleglio currently practices as an Infectious Disease pharmacist at Maui Memorial Medical Center. She lectures on many topics in the Integrated Therapeutics courses and has developed a new elective course in Pharmacogenomics.