The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy
Austin Green is a third-year student pharmacist at The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy. He is concurrently completing a Master of Public Health degree from The University of Texas School of Public Health. Before entering pharmacy school, Austin completed a Bachelor of Combined Science degree in Chemistry and Biology from Texas Christian University (TCU). Austin served his APhA-ASP chapter by bringing initiatives from the International Pharmaceutical Students' Federation (IPSF) to his university. Austin became passionate about global health through this work and became a part of the IPSF Public Health Committee last year. Austin currently serves as the Regional Projects Officer for the Pan American Regional Office of IPSF and the Student Pharmacist Magazine Editorial Advisory Board.
Previously, Austin served as the President of the Texas Coalition of Student Pharmacists, an organization dedicated to policy and advocacy, where he could help impact the future of pharmacy in the state of Texas. Additionally, Austin has served and continues to serve other associations, including ASHP, ACCP, Phi Lambda Sigma, and Kappa Epsilon.
Austin wants to live a life dedicated to leadership in pharmacy and hopes to obtain a combined PGY1/PGY2 in Health-System Administration residency after he graduates. In Austin's free time, he enjoys rooting for TCU football and drinking copious amounts of milk tea.