Nancy Rodriguez-Weller, RPh., FASCP

  • Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice 

    Education:

    Graduated from College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Howard University, Washington, D.C., 1981

    University of Puerto Rico in Humacao, 1974-1977

    Bio (experiences):

    Consultant pharmacist since 1984, and in private practice since 2006, past Director of Pharmacy of home infusion services settings for several years. Past clinical pharmacist at Children’s Hospital National Medical Center and Peninsula Regional Medical Center. Also practiced in retail settings for 4 years, choosing to practice as well in a Hispanic retail setting. Prior to professional career as a pharmacist; was a pharmacy technician, compounding, mixing intravenous preparations and Poison Control aide: determining the toxicity of poisons and recommending first aid procedures at Children’s Hospital National Medical Center,

    Courses taught:

    Pharm 542Concepts in Diversity & Communication: Communication with Diverse Populations

    Pharm 609: Therapeutics of Self Care & OTC Products: Ostomy and Incontinence

    Pharm 610: Neurology: Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Headaches

    Pharm 524: Toxicology: Treatment of Adverse Drug Reactions and Poisonings

     

    Areas of interest:

    Practice interests include geriatric pharmacotherapy, as well as eldercare. 

    Other interests: global health care especially in Latin American countries, actively serving in community endeavors such as Global Health Ministry Volunteers, Eastern Shore Mission of Mercy Dental Project, Main Street Gym, United Way Campaign, and St. Francis de Sales Catholic School.

    Professional: actively licensed in Maryland, and Virginia. Professional associations include: American Society of Consultant Pharmacists, and Virginia Geriatrics Society.  Currently a Fellow of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacist since 2010. President of St. Francis de Sales School Board 2015-2016

    Personal:

    Married to Dennis J. Weller, three children.  Enjoy teaching, music, cycling, playing racquetball, and carpentry.