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Sal Monaco, PharmD

  • US Doctor of Pharmacy
  • Industry experience with global pharmaceutical companies
  • Closely worked with medical communications agencies

Dr. Monaco’s expertise is within the pharmaceutical industry. He has extensive experience creating materials for commercial and medical teams and reviewing content for medical accuracy. He enjoys outdoor activities, such as kayaking and hiking, and keeping up-to-date with the latest technology trends.


Dr. Monaco has obtained his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from a well-known college in the US. He has worked in both the retail and hospital pharmacy setting but has decided to pursue a career within the pharmaceutical industry.

His work involves:

  • Responding to medical information requests from healthcare providers.
  • Staffing the company booth at medical congresses.
  • Review all content put out by the company for medical accuracy and compliance with federal guidelines.

Currently working within the Medical Affairs department of a global pharmaceutical company, he helps us factually verify the content on Druggist.



Dr. Monaco perused his Doctor of Pharmacy degree at St. John’s University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in the United States.

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