Thani Jambulingam, Ph.D.
Office: Mandeville 244
Dr. Thani Jambulingam is a highly respected associate professor in our department. He brings his award winning research into the classroom and demonstrates how pharmaceutical supply chains are instrumental to a company's success. Students are both challenged and engaged by this cutting edge material.
Outside of the classroom, Dr. Jambulingam is a reviewer for pharmacy journals (Annals of Pharmacotherapy, American Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy), AdHoc reviewer for marketing and management journals (Journal of Marketing, Journal of Business Venturing).
- Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison
- M.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison
- B.Pharm., University of Madras
Dr. Jambulingam is on sabbatical for the 2011-2012 acamdeic year.
How Fairness Garners Loyalty in the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain: Role of Trust in the Wholesaler-Pharmacy Relationship
Road Maps for REMS
Pharamceutical Executive, July 2010
Grants and Awards
2010 - Highly Commended Award Winner (Emerald's publisher's) -- Literati Network Awards for Excellence
2005 - Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society (for business teaching) Inductee
2004 - Extraordinary Achievement Award in Teaching Recipient -- Saint Joseph's University
2002 - Extraordinary Achievement Award in Research Recipient -- Saint Joseph's University
Pharmaceutical strategy, supply chain and pricing
Entrepreneurial behavior of pharmaceutical firms, product strategies, e-business strategies
The role and impact of alliances, acquisitions on performance, pricing strategies in the pharmaceutical channel system
Marketing models of organizational behavior, institutional economics and resource-based theories
Faculty Expert Profile
Expertise: Pharmaceutical Marketing Strategies, rug Pricing, Alliances and Acquisitions among Pharmaceutical Companies