David Lowry is an anthropologist and pharmacy technician. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Anthropology at MIT in 2007. He earned a Master of Arts and PhD in Anthropology at UNC-Chapel Hill in 2010 and 2012. Dr. Lowry lectured for the Department of Anthropology at American University (Washington, D.C.) during the 2012-13 academic year. In September 2013, he accepted a position as Assistant Professor of Pre-Professional Health Sciences at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science (RFU).
At RFU, Dr. Lowry will advise BMS students and develop curriculum for the College of Health Professions. He is working on two book manuscripts. One book discusses the quagmires of humanitarianism in the Lumbee Indian Community of North Carolina, and a second book discusses the cultures of pharmacy in the United States. The National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship sponsored Dr. Lowry’s graduate research from 2009-2012.