Dr. Christopher Hanley
Dr. Christopher Hanley completed his doctoral degree at St. John’s University, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in 2010.
While completing his degree, Dr. Hanley underwent extensive training in a variety of healthcare venues, ranging from hospital, to long-term care and outpatient community pharmacy settings. During this time, he successfully completed clinical rotations at various notable institutions; including Stony Brook University Hospital, Winthrop University Hospital, and South Oaks Psychiatric Hospital. His experiential education specialized in such areas as pharmacokinetics, infectious disease, geriatric and adolescent psychiatry, and in-patient substance abuse.
Dr. Hanley began his path toward academia in 2014 by developing and implementing the full curriculum for Molloy College’s CPhT program. Shortly after, he accepted the position as the Clinical Coordinator for experiential education and expanded the program’s institutional partnerships. Thereafter, he began teaching pharmacology-focused courses for graduate RN students at Molloy.
He began his career at The College of New Rochelle as an adjunct professor in 2015 and accepted a full-time faculty appointment in 2017.
Dr. Hanley’s main roles within the SNHP not only include teaching as a Clinical Assistant Professor, but also serving as the Chair of Pharmacology for Graduate & Undergraduate Programs and the Chair of Dosage Calculations & Med Math. His passion in academia is to inspire and educate future generations of practitioners in regards to incorporating pharmacotherapy within an inter-disciplinary healthcare team in order to promote successful patient outcomes.
In addition to his academic endeavors, Dr. Hanley currently holds the position as the Director of Clinical Services for a community pharmacy based in Queens & Long Island. His practice focuses on the successful implementation of pharmacotherapy for disease management through the delivery of immunization services, diabetes & hypertension screenings, and Medication Therapy Management (MTM) services, for which he became a certified MTM provider in 2016 through APhA training.
Dr. Hanley is currently working towards furthering his credentials through NYU’s program to get certified as a BCMAS, Board Certified Medical Affairs Specialist.