- PharmD, Ohio Northern University
- MPH, Epidemiology, Indiana University
Natalie DiPietro Mager earned a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Ohio Northern University and a Master of Public Health degree from Indiana University-Indianapolis. She also completed the Visiting Scientist Fellowship Program at Eli Lilly and Company in the Lilly Centre for Women's Health. The fellowship focused on clinical drug development, with an emphasis in women’s health issues and diseases that disproportionately or differentially affect women. After completing the fellowship, Natalie worked at Lilly for another 6 years in the areas of clinical drug development and drug safety (pharmacovigilance/pharmacoepidemiology).
Natalie has been a faculty member at Ohio Northern University College of Pharmacy since 2007. Currently, she is an associate professor of pharmacy practice, teaching in the areas of public health, epidemiology, global health, women’s health, pharmacy administration, and pharmacy professionalism. Research interests include the role of the pharmacist in public health; women’s health; and maternal and child health.
Natalie is active in several professional and volunteer organizations, including the American Pharmacists Association, the Ohio Pharmacists Association, and the Ohio Collaborative to Prevent Infant Mortality. As of July 2018, she is the President of the Ohio Public Health Association (OPHA), for which she co-founded the Clinical Health Section and served as the Vice Chair and Chair of the Section. She is currently Chair of the American Public Health Association Pharmacy Special Primary Interest Group. She has also served as the Chair of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Public Health Special Interest Group. Since 2016, Natalie has been serving as 1 of 2 pharmacy representatives to the national Healthy People Curriculum Task Force, convened by the Association for Prevention Teaching and Research. Natalie has been inducted into Delta Omega and in 2011 was named the Ohio Young Public Health Professional of the Year by OPHA.