Dr. Daniel Arendt (he/him) is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Administrative Sciences with a focus in Pain Management and Opioid Stewardship at the University of Cincinnati James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy. Within the College of Pharmacy, he teaches pain management in the Therapeutics IV course in the third pharmacy professional year. He additionally coordinates clinical skills labs focused on pain management and serves on the PharmD admissions committee and the faculty development and recognition committee. In addition to his roles within the college, Dr. Arendt serves as the pain stewardship clinical pharmacy specialist at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. As the pain stewardship pharmacist for UCMC, he serves as a chair of the pain stewardship committee for UC Health, where he works to develop a system-wide pain stewardship program to optimize the practice of pain management and reduce opioid-related adverse events within not only the UC health system but the greater Cincinnati community. Dr. Arendt, originally from Buffalo, NY, earned both his Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences and his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from The University of Toledo. While in pharmacy school, he served on the Board of Trustees for the University and was involved in hiring Dr. Sharon Gaber, the first-ever female president of the University of Toledo. After graduating from pharmacy school, Dr. Arendt completed a PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency and a combined Internal Medicine / Academia PGY-2 Pharmacy Residency at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center and Northeast Ohio Medical University. Dr. Arendt continues to be involved within AACP, ASHP and ACCP nationally. He additionally serves as the director-elect of legislative affairs for the Ohio Society of Health-System Pharmacists. Locally he is a member of the Hamilton County Addiction Response Coalition, where he works to integrate the communities and universities' response to the opioid overdose epidemic. He hopes to develop and study comprehensive strategies to limit the negative impacts of opioid use and combat the stigma surrounding addiction and mental health, all the while ensuring that pain patients have access to the proper medical that they need and deserve.