Steven M. Loborec, PharmD, MS, MPH, BCPS is an assistant director in the Department of Pharmacy with responsibility over finance, supply chain and 340B. He received his Doctor of Pharmacy from Purdue University and completed the two-year Health-System Pharmacy Administration Residency at OSUWMC. After residency, Steven completed an additional year of fellowship training focusing on pharmacy finance while completing his Master of Public Health and serving as a student trustee on The Ohio State University Board of Trustees.
His research focuses on the impact of clinical credentialing and privileging of health-system pharmacists and on cost and quality of medication management for hospitalized patients. Steven serves as the course director for PHR 8250: Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Principles for Health System Pharmacy at The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy and actively participates in residency training. He enjoys the residency recruitment process and precepts residents on the longitudinal pharmacy supply chain rotation, the finance/budgeting rotation and the 340B elective.
In his free time, Steven enjoys exercising and exploring the restaurant scene in Columbus with his fiancée.