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Dr. Larry Diamond
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Dr. Larry Diamond

Natural Sciences
Adjunct Faculty, Physician Assistant Program

Larry M. Diamond, PharmD – Adjunct Professor

Larry M. Diamond is an adjunct professor in the LTU PA program. He received a B.S. in Zoology from Michigan State University in 1974, a B.S. in Pharmacy from Wayne State University in 1980, and a Doctorate in Pharmacy from Idaho State University in 2002. Larry has practiced pharmacy at Henry Ford Hospital, Beaumont Royal Oak hospital, Beaumont Dearborn, AdventHealth – Orlando hospital, and clinical pharmacy coordinator at Citrus Memorial Hospital in Inverness, Florida. Larry has a broad pharmacy practice as a clinical pharmacist specialist in cardiology, internal medicine, surgical, and orthopedics. He has experience as a research pharmacist and has been involved in 7 international, multi-center randomized controlled trials, including heart failure, anticoagulation, and lipid management. Larry has multiple publications and has been the lead investigator in pharmacy resident research. He has instructed at the Wayne State University Pharmacy, Medical, PT, and PA programs, in addition to being a preceptor for the University of Michigan pharmacy students, University of Florida LECOM pharmacy programs, and pharmacy residents at Beaumont-Dearborn and AdventHealth-Orlando.  Larry is also a part-time pharmacology instructor at UDM for the College of Healthcare Professions. His mission is to teach healthcare practitioners evidence and guideline-based, safe, and cost-effective medication management. 

Larry is a certificated flight instructor with multiple FAA ratings. He has written two aviation books and is in many YouTube videos on flight instruction. Larry is a contributing writer to the Airline and Operators Pilots Association (AOPA), doing a bi-monthly article on medications for the Pilots Protection Service area of AOPA. He enjoys yoga, cooking, and meditation. He enjoys being with his wife, son, and golden doodle.


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