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James Nash

Professor and Associate Dean for Clinical and Experiential Education

College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Louisville Campus

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James D. Nash, PharmD, MPH, BCPS

Associate Dean of Clinical/Experiential Education

Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice


Liberty University (Virginia)- Executive Certificate in Higher Education Administration

Regis University (Colorado)- Graduate Certificate in Development Practice

University of Louisville (Kentucky)- Master of Public Health (MPH)

University of Texas (Texas))- Post-Graduate Residency in Primary Care

University of Colorado (Colorado)- Post-Graduate Residency in Pharmacy Practice

Mercer University (Georgia)- Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD)

University of Kentucky (Kentucky)- Biology/Pre-Professional Studies


Leadership Development, Leadership Theory, Interprofessional Education, Public Health


James Nash is Board Certified as a Pharmacotherapy Specialist (BCPS) and a licensed pharmacist in Colorado, Florida, and Kentucky. Previous work experience includes positions at The Ohio State University, Regis University, Kaiser Permanente, and Humana. Dr. Nash first joined the faculty of Sullivan back in 2009 and served as the inaugural director of the Center for Health & Wellness. During 2011-2017, he lived in Colorado and he established Regis University (Colorado) School of Pharmacy’s experiential curriculum, developed a global health track for students, served as associate dean of Interprofessional Education (IPE), served as director of Regis Neighborhood Health (an interprofessional clinic), and led a university-wide leadership development program for staff and faculty. Dr. Nash came back to Sullivan in 2017, where he currently is serving as the Associate Dean of Clinical /Experiential Education for COPHS and leads IPE collaboration for all programs within the health college. He also serves as a commissioned officer in the Medical Service Corp of the US Navy Reserves and in the Spring of 2020 was deployed to help with COVID-19 Relief Efforts in Camp Pendleton/Guam.