Michael A. Veronin, Ph.D.
and Acting Assistant Dean for Curriculum and Education Development, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Division of Social, Behavioral and Administrative Sciences
1010 West Avenue B, MSC 131
Kingsville, Texas 78363
Phone: (361) 221-0755
Fax: (361) 221-0793
Education and Post-Graduate Training
Ph.D., Information Science/Medical Informatics, University of North Texas (2000)
M.S, Computer Education/Cognitive Systems, University of North Texas (1991)
B.S. Pharmacy, University of Arizona (1978)
Dr. Veronin is a registered pharmacist with over 20 years experience in a variety of community and clinical practice settings. Dr. Veronin's teaching interests include health care systems and public health, research methods and biostatistics, and health informatics.
Dr. Veronin's research interests include information and communications technology (ICT) and drug safety, health informatics, and internet pharmacy operations.
Veronin, M.A. and Nguyen, N.T. (2008) “Comparison of simvastatin tablets from the US and international markets obtained via the Internet.” Annals of Pharmacotherapy. 42(5) 613-20.
Veronin, M.A. and Clauson, K.A. (2007) “Internet pharmacy drugs delay treatment for congestive heart failure.” Journal of the American Pharmacists Association. 47(4) 436-42.
Veronin, M.A., Lee, E. and Lewis, E.N. (2007) "Insight into drug quality: comparison of simvastatin tablets from the US and Canada obtained via the Internet.”Annals of Pharmacotherapy.41(7) 1111-5.
Veronin, M.A. (2007) “Canadian Internet pharmacies: price, policy, and perspective.”
Research in Social Administrative Pharmacy. 3(2) 236-48.
Veronin, M.A. and Youan, B.B. (2004) “Medicine. Magic bullet gone astray: medications and the Internet.”Science. 305(5683) 481.