Lucas Berenbrok is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy and Therapeutics. Lucas received his PharmD from the University of Pittsburgh and completed a PGY1 Community Pharmacy Practice Residency with Kerr Drug and Walgreens at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. Recently, he completed his Master of Science in Clinical Research at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
Lucas teaches first and second year students patient-provider communication, clinical skills, and motivational interviewing using standardized patients. He also coordinates experiential learning courses focused in community and ambulatory care practice and mentors a multidisciplinary student group championing interprofessional practice at Pitt. He has led the development and implementation of a Comprehensive Medication Management benefit for faculty and staff at the University of Pittsburgh. He currently directs SilverScripts, a project to help seniors better manage their medications, which reaches upwards of 400 Pittsburgh seniors every year. His additional practice and research interests include expanding community-based pharmaceutical care through immunizations, pharmacogenomics, and point-of-care testing.