Published Online: Thursday, November 1, 2007

Joseph L Fink III, BSPharm, JD, was recently included in a list of 25 faculty members who have been "movers and shapers" of the University of Kentucky (UK) over the past 25 years. The list included faculty members from a variety of disciplines who were, or continue to be, influential and visionary in moving the university forward academically and enhancing its reputation nationally and internationally.

Dr. Fink is a professor of pharmacy law and policy in the UK College of Pharmacy. In addition, he has faculty appointments as professor of health administration in the Martin School of Public Policy and Administration at UK and as professor of health services management in the UK College of Public Health. Dr. Fink also writes the Pharmacy Times Pharmacy Law column (see page 72 for this month's article).

The profile of Dr. Fink in the compilation reads, "Professor of Pharmacy Joseph Fink has served in more than half a dozen important administrative roles in his 25-year career at UK, including director of ASTeCC, the university's first business incubator. His scholarly work includes nearly 300 publications in the field of law pertaining to pharmacy, and he has twice received UK's Great Teacher Award."

The list of honorees was compiled from suggestions submitted by the current college dean and others.

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