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Philip D. Hall PharmD

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  • Professor
  • College of Pharmacy
  • COP Clinical Pharmacy and Outcome Sciences
Academic Focus
  • Pharmacy Education
  • Oncology Pharmacy
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Dr. Philip D. Hall is Professor and Dean of the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) College of Pharmacy in Charleston, South Carolina. He received his BS in pharmacy from the University of Georgia and Doctor of Pharmacy from the Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University. He served as an oncology pharmacy residency at the Audie L. Murphy Veterans Administration Medical Center in San Antonio and completed a fellowship in cancer immunotherapy research at the University of Texas Health Science in San Antonio and the University of Texas College of Pharmacy.  

As an academician, Dr. Hall’s passion and commitment to pharmacy education is evident by his work at MUSC over the past 32 years. Since joining the faculty, he has risen from an Assistant Professor to Professor (tenure) and held multiple administrative roles with both the MUSC College of Pharmacy and South Carolina College of Pharmacy (SCCP).  As Associate Dean and subsequently MUSC Campus Dean within the SCCP, he played a significant leadership role in developing the joint SCCP curriculum and program assessment while overseeing admissions and mentoring students. 

In 2016, he formally became Dean of the MUSC College of Pharmacy upon its re-accreditation as an independent institution.  

Board certified in both Pharmacotherapy and Oncology Pharmacy, Dr. Hall is an accomplished writer, presenter, and researcher with over 120 publications, book chapters, & presentations. Dr. Hall is an acclaimed instructor, receiving a number of classroom and bedside teaching awards including professor/teacher/preceptor of the year 10 times and is a Fellow in the American College of Clinical Pharmacy.