Associate Professor (CHS)
2220U Rennebohm Hall
Michael serves as Director of Instructional and Information Technology for the School of Pharmacy. He also is coordinator of the Computer Applications in Pharmacy Practice, Pharmacy Application of Data Analysis, and Multimedia Applications in Pharmacy Education courses. His current research focuses on development and evaluation of computer applications in pharmacy student education and practice. He is co-author of the Institutional Patient Medication Simulation and the Virtual Patient computer software and coordinates the Lenor Zeeh Instructional Computer Facility at the School of Pharmacy. Pitterle has received several awards and honors, including the Award for Research from the ASHP Education and Research Foundation, the Joe Wyatt Challenge Success Story from EDUCOM, the Lyman Award from the AACP, and the President's Award from the WSHP. He is an active member of the AACP.
Development and evaluation of computer applications in pharmacy student education and practice