Todd Gundrum, PharmD, obtained his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy in 1995 and his Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 1997 both at the University of Toledo. He then completed post graduate residency training in Primary Care with an emphasis in Family Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC. Dr. Gundrum then worked in a Family Practice center and residency program. Here, his duties involved direct care of patients and the development of an education and training curriculum for the physicians, residents, and students at the program. During this time he was presented numerous awards from the Family Medicine residents.
After spending a few years receiving experience and training in administrative pharmacy services, Dr. Gundrum returned to an academic practice at the University of Toledo Medical Center for the next 10 years. At UTMC, he developed clinical pharmacy practice services in a number of areas including internal medicine, endocrinology, critical care medicine, neurology, oncology, transplant, orthopedic surgery, and cardiothorascic surgery. In addition, oversight and education was provided in cardiology, nephrology, and infectious disease. He served as the Residency Program Director for the institution's post graduate training program for pharmacists and collaborated to develop educational curriculum for medical and surgical residents at UTMC. More recently, Dr. Gundrum established a clinical practice and teaching site in a large Level 1 emergency and trauma center in Toledo.
Dr. Gundrum has held academic appointments at multiple Colleges of Pharmacy and Colleges of Nursing and looks forward to move into a full time teaching position in the College of Medicine