About Stacey D Curtis
Stacey Curtis, Pharm.D. CPh., serves as the assistant dean for experiential education and a clinical associate professor of pharmacotherapy and translational research in the University of Florida College of Pharmacy. In addition, Dr. Curtis is serving as the inaugural director of well-being and resiliency serving faculty, staff and students. She is also the residency program director of the Community-Based Pharmacy Residency Program and provides continuing pharmacy education training to pharmacists throughout the state and nation.
As the assistant dean, she leads the Office of Experiential Programs and helps students with post-graduate training and placement. She previously served the office as an assistant director, the lead regional coordinator, and a regional coordinator for the Gainesville, Panhandle and out-of-state regions. Her experience in experiential education has helped the college develop an innovative experiential curriculum that is nationally recognized.
As the director of well-being and resiliency, she will serve all stakeholders of the college. Dr. Curtis completed the Integrative Mind-Body Medicine training through Georgetown University in the summer of 2019. She serves as the faculty advisor to the Gator Pharmacy Wellness organization, a student led group focusing on well-being and wellness.
Dr. Curtis maintains strong ties to community pharmacy through the residency program. She brings her knowledge and experience with community pharmacy to the UF College of Pharmacy by mentoring and teaching future pharmacists.
Dr. Curtis has been affiliated with the college since 2009 and has held multiple leadership, teaching, and service roles during her tenure. Her enthusiasm and passion for student development have made a significant impact on pharmacy education at UF. In 2019, she was named the UF College of Pharmacy’s Teacher of the Year. She has also won several teaching and service awards.
Dr. Curtis earned her Pharm.D. from the UF College of Pharmacy and a B.S. in Pharmacy from the Florida A&M University College of Pharmacy.