Professor Alan Lyles, BSPharm, MPH, ScD
International Editorial Advisory Board, GaBI Journal
Licensed Pharmacist, Health Policy and Management, International Health expertise
Dr Lyles is the Henry A. Rosenberg Professor of Government, Business, and Nonprofit Partnerships in the College of Public Affairs at the University of Baltimore (USA), and a fellow in the National Academy of Public Administration. He received the 12-member University System of Maryland (http://www.usmd.edu/) Regents’ Faculty Award for Excellence in Scholarship, Research, or Creative Activity in 2017.
Lyles’ professional interests focus on access to pharmaceuticals (policy, benefits, and evidence) and the role(s) of public–private arrangements. In 2006, he was visiting chair of pharmacoeconomics, and in 2007 and 2011 was a Fulbright specialist at the University of Helsinki. In Spring 2009, Professor Lyles was a Visiting Scholar at the Jefferson School of Health Policy and Population Health, Philadelphia, USA.
He is co-author/co-editor of Fulda TR, Lyles A and Wertheimer A (editors). 2016. Pharmaceutical Public Policy.
Professor Lyles obtained his Pharmacy degree with High Honours from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, USA, and continued his studies at the Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene & Public Health, USA, where he received a Master in Public Health (MPH, 1981), and Doctor of Science (ScD) degrees (1986).
Professor Lyles is a member of the Fulbright Association (Life Member); the American Pharmacists Association; and the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy.
His honours and awards include, among others, the Advising, Mentoring and Teaching Recognition Award (Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health); the President’s Faculty Award, the Distinguished Chair in Research & Scholarship, Yale Gordon College of Liberal Arts, and the Distinguished Teaching Award (College of Public Affairs) at the University of Baltimore.
Professor Lyles is an active contributor in his fields of expertise as a published writer, a reviewer, an editor, and as a speaker. He has taken part in many working groups, a range of project development initiatives and programmes in the media.