Jen Malinowski

Assoc Dean, Academic Affairs
Nesbitt School of Pharmacy
(570) 408-3294

Dr. Malinowski is a native of Wilkes-Barre who joined Wilkes University in 1998. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science (1993) and Doctor of Pharmacy from Temple University (1995). She completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency at The Johns Hopkins Hospital (1996). She current serves as Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs and Assessment for the School of Pharmacy where she provides leadership to assure that the professional curriculum is current with existing standards and expectations. Previously, she directed Ambulatory Care pharmacy practice rotations at The Wright Center for Primary Care where students focused on caring for patients with chronic disease in an inter-professional environment. She is also a tenured Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice. 

Dr. Malinowski primarily teaches Women’s Health concepts in the Pharmacotherapeutics Endocrine Module during the P3 spring semester.

Recent articles

Campf, K, Malinowski J.  Lend Me your Pediatric Ear: A General Overview of Pediatric Ear Infections for Pharmacy Technicians. Pharmacy Times. December 2018.

Wilson, M, Weiksner, S, Malinowski J. Promoting Drug Safety during Breastfeeding. Drug Topics Nov 2017.


Select Presentations

7/18/17                    Value-Driven Pharmacy Student-Led Rapid Cycle Process Engagement in Experiential and Didactic Settings

                                    Malinowski, J, Thomas L, Lacey T

                                    American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

                                   Nashville, TN

7/16/17                    Hotspotting: Engaging Student Learners to Trailblaze Pathways to Improve Care for Patients

                                    Rissmiller, D, Malinowski J.

                                  American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy meeting (poster accepted)

                                  Nashville, TN

4/22/17                    Pharmacist’s Role in Managing Severe Asthma

                                    7th Annual Directions in Pharmacy Conference (CE)

                                    Dallas, TX

7/26/16                    Innovative Strategies to Enhance Co-Curricular Service-Learning Experiences

                                    Co-presenter: Nicole Pezzino, PharmD

                                   American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

                                   Anaheim, CA

3/6/16                      Patient Care Service Pearls

                                   American Pharmacists Association

                                   Baltimore, MD


  • American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Teaching Innovation Award 2017

  • Interdisciplinary Teaching Award, 2018 Wilkes University 

  • Integrative Medication Management Award from Alliance of Integrated Medication Management, 2013

  • Patient Safety Pharmacy Collaborative Transformation Award, 2013

  • Teacher of the Year (P2-class), 2012 and 2013