Associate Clinical Professor

Mark Douglass, PharmD, RPh

Pharmacy & Health Systems Science


Post-grad Residency – University of Illinois, Chicago
PhD/PharmD – University of Michigan, College of Pharmacy
Bachelor’s – Adrian College

Research Interests

Internal medicine, pharmaceutical industry


Dr. Douglass is an Associate Clinical Professor within the Department of Pharmacy and Health System Sciences at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. Dr. Douglass currently serves as a faculty program manager for the Northeastern University Pharmaceutical Industry Fellowships and also serves as the IPhO advisor, as well as the course coordinator of NU’s Pharmaceutical Industry Elective class. Dr. Douglass is also PGY-1 residency trained and has an internal medicine clinical practice site at Boston Medical Center in Boston, MA.

Selected Publications

Douglass, M., Moy, B. Evaluation of the impact of a social media-focused intervention on reducing mental health stigma among pharmacy students. Mental Health Clinician, 2019;9(3), 110-5.

Sanchez G, Douglass M, Mancuso, M. Revisiting project re-engineered discharge (RED): The impact of pharmacist telephone intervention on hospital readmission rates. Pharmacotherapy 2015;35(9):805-812.

Douglass M, Chan T, Gonyeau M, Influences of experiential year and web-based learning module on student pharmacists’ confidence and competence in pain management. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. 2015 (7):94-99.

Douglass, M, Casale, JP, Skirvin, JA, et. al. A Virtual Patient Software Program to Improve Pharmacy Student Learning in a Comprehensive Disease Management Course. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2013; 77 (8) Article 172.

Lancaster, JW, Douglass, M, Gonyeau, MJ, et. al. Providers’ Perceptions of Student Pharmacists on Inpatient General Medicine Practice Experiences. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 2013; 77 (2) Article 26.

Courses Taught

Comprehensive Disease Management (Pathophysiology, Therapeutics)
General Medicine
Pharmaceutical Industry
Educational and Behavioral Interventions

Contact Information


140 The Fenway, R220


[email protected]



Curriculum Vitae