Scott Warmack, Pharm.D.Scott Warmack

Associate Dean Northwest Campus

Department of Pharmacy Practice
Phone: 479.713.8401
Office: Northwest Campus

Education & Training

Chemistry Major, Harding University, Searcy, Arkansas 1992-1994

Doctor of Pharmacy, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Pharmacy, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1994-1998

Pharmacy Practice Residency, University Hospital, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, 1998 – 1999

Teaching Responsibilities

College of Pharmacy

PHSC 7202 Pharmacology II – Aminoglycosides, Vancomycin/Daptomycin, Natural and Staphylococcal PCNs, Extended Spectrum PCNs, Cephalosporins – 1st-2nd Generation, Cephalosporins – Extended Spectrum, Carbapenems/monobactams, TMP/SMX and Nitroimidazole, Fluoroquinolones, Tetracyclines/Tigecycline, Macrolides, Miscellaneous Antibiotics, Protein synthesis inhibitors

PhPr 5635 Therapeutics III – Lecturer (2005 – present) Infectious Disease: Urinary Tract Infections, Lower Respiratory Infections, Skin and Soft Tissue Infections and Tick-Borne Illness.

PHPR 5362 Drug-induced Disease – Course Coordinator (2006 – Present). Lecturer (2006-Present). Epidemiology and Impact of Drug Induced Diseases; Drug Induced Allergic/Immunologic Diseases; Drug Electrolyte Induced Disorders; Drug Induced Gastrointestinal Diseases; Drug Induced Hematological Disorders; Drug Induced Pulmonary Diseases; Drug Induced Renal Diseases

PHPR 5654 Patient Assessment and Application – Lecturer (2015 – present): APhA Immunization certification program

PHPR 7364 003 Special Problems Pharmacy/Academic Administration – Course Coordinator (2014 – present)

College of Health Professions(Department of Physical Therapy):
PHTH 5114 001 Pharmacology I – Course developer, Lecturer (2016- Present) Introduction to the Course: Drug administration, distribution, metabolism, and excretion; Angina Pectoris Drugs & Antihypertensive drugs; Coagulation and Hyperlipidemia Drugs; Diabetes & Respiratory Drugs; CHF & Cardiac Arrhythmia Drugs; Treatment of pain: analgesics, opioids and nonopioid medications; Treatment of inflammation: opioid and nonopioids, glucocorticoids; Muscle relaxants: agents used to treat spasms and spasticity.

PHTH 5215 001 Pharmacology II – Course developer, Lecturer (2016- Present) Sedative Drugs: Benzodiazepines and non-benzodiazepines; Anti-anxiety Drugs: Benzodiazepines, Buspirone and Alternatives; Drugs to Treat Affective Disorders: Anti-depressants and Lithium; Anti-psychotic Drugs; Anti-epileptic Drugs; Drugs that Treat Parkinson’s Disease.

Clinical Practice

Clinical Pharmacist, North Street Clinic, UAMS-NW – Fayetteville, AR

Research & Scholarly Interests

Health disparities in the Marshallese population of Northwest Arkansas
Vector-Borne Disease
Drug-induced diseases

Honors & Awards

  • 2013-2014  American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Academic Leadership Fellowship Program – Cohort 10
  • Selected by the Class of 2014 to give the Faculty Address at the Honors Convocation
  • Selected by the Class of 2013 to give the Faculty Address at the Honors Convocation
  • 2013 Most Outstanding Faculty Award, Pharmacy Practice
  • 2012-2013 Teacher of the Year, selected by the student body
  • 2010 Chancellor’s Faculty Teaching Award
  • 2010 Most Outstanding Faculty Award, Pharmacy Practice
  • 2006 Most Outstanding Faculty Award, Pharmacy Practice
  • 2005 UAMS College of Pharmacy Dean’s Teaching Incentive Award
  • 2005 CAVHS Best Practice Award – “Development of an exemplary interdisciplinary teaching nutrition support team”
  • 2003-2005 Teaching Scholars Program
  • 2002 Phi Delta Chi Distinguished Alumnus, Beta Eta chapter


  • American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
  • American College of Clinical Pharmacy
  • American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
  • Arkansas Association of Health-System Pharmacists
  • Arkansas Pharmacists Association

Curriculum Vitae