Dr. Marc Fleming

Dr. Marc Fleming

Professor, Chair, Department of Pharmaceutical Economics and Policy
School of Pharmacy
Office Location: Building 9401, Rinker Campus 204
Phone: (714) 516-5410
Texas Southern University, Bachelor of Science
Virginia Commonwealth University, Master of Public Health
The University of Texas At Austin, Master of Science
The University of Texas At Austin, Ph.D.


Dr. Marc Fleming is Professor and Chair of the Department of Pharmaceutical Economics and Policy at Chapman University School of Pharmacy. Most recently, he has been involved with NIH funded research looking at the impact of medication therapy management (MTM) on African Americans with HIV. Dr. Fleming’s past projects include working with Texas Health and Human Services Commission and collaborators at the University of Houston College of Pharmacy on SAMHSA funded projects aimed at preventing prescription drug misuse and promoting safe disposal of unused controlled substance prescriptions. Throughout his academic career, Dr. Fleming has excelled at bringing together multidisciplinary groups of clinicians and researchers to address pharmacist and physician behavior related to pain management care and prescription opioid misuse prevention (e.g., use of prescription monitoring program). In addition to research, Dr. Fleming has been recognized for his teaching, service to the community and profession. He has collaborated with local substance abuse coalitions and served as student chapter advisor for multiple pharmacy student organizations. Dr. Fleming earned his Doctor of Philosophy from The University of Texas at Austin, BSPharm from Texas Southern University and an MPH from Virginia Commonwealth University.


Recent Creative, Scholarly Work and Publications

Fleming M, Lee D, Oranu C, Schommer JC, Cocohoba J, Cooper J, Hodge CK, Nedjat S, Borgmann K. Positive Changes in Safety Perception Among Blacks with HIV and Comorbidities: Assessment of Social Determinants of Health During COVID-19. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities. 2023/05/22 2023;doi:10.1007/s40615-023-01633-2
Nedjat S, Wang Y, Eshtiaghi K, Fleming M. Is there a disparity in medications for opioid use disorder based on race/ethnicity and gender? A systematic review and meta-analysis. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. 2023/12/07/ 2023;doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sapharm.2023.12.001
Zahra Majd, Anjana Mohan, Michael L Johnson, Ekere J Essien, Jamie C Barner, Omar Serna, Esteban Gallardo, Marc L Fleming, Nancy Ordonez, Marcia M Holstad & Susan M Abughosh (2022) Patient-Reported Barriers to Adherence Among ACEI/ARB Users from a Motivational Interviewing Telephonic Intervention, Patient Preference and Adherence, 16:, 2739-2748, DOI: 10.2147/PPA.S360461