PO Box P.O. Box 9511
Office Of Experiential Learning
School of Pharmacy
Director of Experiential Learning
Clinical Assistant Professor
Clinical Pain Management Pharmacists position in the WVU Integrative Pain Management Center
- West Virginia University School of Pharmacy
- Clinical Pharmacy
Adjunct Research Associate Professor
- PharmD, University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy, 2004
- MBA, Strayer University (Management Concentration), 2008
Novel Prodrug Combination Agent for Short-Term Management of Acute Pain. Pharmacy Today. 2018; 24(4):22.
Elsaid D, At the forefront of tackling Opioid Abuse in West Virginia. WVU School of Pharmacy Showglobe. 2017; 16-17.
Hall B and Garofoli MP, Patients in Recovery Need Pain Management, Too. WV Board of Medicine Newsletter. December 2017.
McMurtrie B, One University Takes on the Opioid Crisis. The Chronicle of Higher Education. 2017; 64(6).
DiChiacchio T, WVNA Endorses the Safe & Effective Management of Pain Guidelines. WV Nurse. 2017; 20(1):5.
Hall BP, 2016 Appalachian Addiction and Prescription Drug Abuse Conference Report. WV Medical Journal. 2017.
WV Expert Panel Releases Pain Guidelines. Pharmacy Today. 2016; 22(11):2-3.
Garofoli MP, WV SEMP Guidelines: Safe & Effective Management of Pain. WV Nurse. 2016; 19(4):5.
WVSMA Endorses WV SEMP Guidelines. WV Medical Journal. November 2016.
Yap D, Pain Management and Opioid Abuse are part of every practice now: Shepard serves her community. Pharmacy Today. 2016; 22(6):40-43.
Garofoli MP, et al. The West Virginia Safe & Effective Management of Pain (SEMP) Guidelines. Sept 2016. Available at www.sempguidelines.org
Jacobs H, The state hardest hit by the opioid crisis thinks it has a solution. Business Insider, April 24, 2016.
Garofoli MP, “Tylenol Overdose.” On Being a Pharmacist: True Stories by Pharmacists. Ed. Pangilinan J, et al. Washington, D.C.: American Pharmacists Association, 2010. 107-108. Print.
Practice, Research, and Scholarship Interests
Medication Therapy Management (MTM)
Substance-Use Disorder (Addiction)
About Mark Garofoli
Mark Garofoli, PharmD, MBA, BCGP is the Director of Experiential Learning and an Assistant Professor at the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy. He is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School Of Pharmacy where he earned a PharmD. He is also a graduate of Strayer University where he earned an MBA, with a concentration in management. His professional background includes a decade of experience and leadership within CVS Health and over five years of MTM experience with Humana Healthcare. Dr. Garofoli was the manager of the Medication Therapy Management (MTM) Program and the Director of the Safe & Effective Management of Pain Program (SEMPP) in Morgantown, WV. Dr. Garofoli continues as a pain management specialist coordinating the WV Expert Pain Management Panel which developed the WV Pain Management Guidelines, while also practicing as a Clinical Pain Management Pharmacist at the WVU Integrative Pain Management Center. Dr. Garofoli’s practice, research, and scholarship areas of interest include pain management, medication therapy management, substance abuse/dependence (addiction), drug diversion and abuse, geriatric care, and healthcare management. He resides in and enjoys all that Morgantown, WV has to offer with his wonderful wife Dr. Gretchen Garofoli, also faculty at the WVU School of Pharmacy and son Luke.
American Society of Pain Educators (ASPE)
American Pharmacists Association (APhA), Pain & Palliative Care Committee
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP)
American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP)
West Virginia Pharmacists Association (WVPA)
Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, Inc. (KY)
Phi Lambda Sigma (PLS)