Clinical Sciences-College of Pharmacy

Norman E Fenn III, Pharm D, BCPS

Norman E Fenn III, Pharm D, BCPS

Title: Clinical Assistant Professor
Department: Clinical Sciences-College of Pharmacy
Building: WTB 257
Email: Nfenn@uttyler.edu
Phone: 903.565.6580

Degrees


Doctor of Pharmacy, With Honors
University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Aurora, CO

Bachelor of Science
Major in Biology Saint Mary’s University Halifax
NS Canada

Biography


Norm Fenn is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Tyler with a clinical focus in pediatrics. He completed his PharmD degree with Honors from the University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2014. He subsequently completed a PGY-1 residency at Children’s National Medical Center in 2015 and continued as a clinical pharmacist the following year. He then completed a two-year Academia & Ambulatory Care Fellowship at the Purdue University College of Pharmacy (2016-18) prior to his appointment at UT Tyler.

Dr. Fenn has been a member of AACP since 2016. Within AACP, he has served as a member of the Pediatric SIG programming committee (2018-Present), Curriculum SIG scholarship committee (2018-Present), Lyman Award Committee (2019-21), and the Volwiler Research Achievement Award Committee (2019-Present). Additionally, he has served as an abstract and grant reviewer, and is a content reviewer for AJPE. Dr. Fenn is also involved with ASHP, TSHP, and PPAG. He has held several national positions with the Pharmacy Student and New Practitioner Forum (NPF) Advisory Groups (2012-17), as well as the NPF Executive Committee (2017-18) and is the Chair-elect for the Pediatric SAG for the Section of Clinical Specialists and Scientists (2019-22). He has served PPAG through the Education and Research Committees (2015-Present), and is completing the 2nd of his two-year term as Webinar co-chair (2018-20).

Dr. Fenn enjoys sharing his unbridled enthusiasm with his students and colleagues alike. He delivers pediatric content within the UT Tyler curriculum using a team-based learning pedagogy. He has published over a dozen peer-reviewed articles and has been a guest speaker at several national meetings.

Current CV

UT Tyler