Therese Irene Poirier
Therese Irene Poirier, Canadian pharmacist, pharmacy educator. Registered pharmacist, Pennsylvania, New York. Named Alumnus Albany College Pharmacy, 1982; recipient University Creative Teaching award, Congressional fellowship, 1996-1997. Trainer Evangelism Explosion Ministry, Pittsburgh, 1984.
Poirier, Therese Irene was born on December 3, 1954 in St. Johns, Quebec, Canada. Came to the United States, 1957. Daughter of Antonio and Annette (Duquette) Poirier.
Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, Albany College Pharmacy, New York, 1977. Doctor of Pharmacy, University Michigan, 1979. Master in Public Health, University Pittsburgh, 1985.
Resident in pharmacy University Michigan Hospital, Ann Anbor, 1977-1979. Pharmacist Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, 1980-1984. Assistant professor School Pharmacy Duquesne University, 1979-1983, associate professor, 1983—1993, professor, since 1993.
Director clinical pharmacy services St. Francis Medical Center, 1984—1996. Associate dean & professor Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, since 2004. Soul director life long learning Duquesne University, 1998.
Registered pharmacist, Pennsylvania, New York.
Contributor chapter to book, articles to professional journals.
Trainer Evangelism Explosion Ministry, Pittsburgh, 1984.