Dr. Oscar Garza, an assistant professor in the College of Pharmacy's department of Pharmaceutical Care and Health Systems, is trained in economic, social and administrative pharmacy, global health and health services research. Dr. Garza received his doctoral degree in pharmaceutical socioeconomics from the University of Iowa and his MBA in finance, marketing and international business from University of Toledo. He has worked with rural and urban communities in Latin America and Minnesota to develop health education and health promotion initiatives. Dr. Garza's research focuses on the economic, historical, institutional, and socio-cultural determinants of global health and health policy; and how they shape our approaches to improving health-care through the provision of pharmaceutical care and through community health research.
Doctoral Degree in Pharmaceutical Socioeconomics from the University of Iowa
MBA in Finance, Marketing and International Business from University of Toledo