Dr. Sillup is an associate Professor in the Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Marketing Department Fellow in the Pedro Arrupe Center for Business Ethics and the Institute of Catholic Bioethics at Saint Joseph’s University. He is currently on sabbatical studying the levels of care in nursing homes with particular emphasis on residents with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. During 28 years of work in the diagnostic, pharmaceutical and medical device industry where he held positions from salesman to COO, Dr. Sillup was responsible for several product launches that included attaining reimbursement coverage and coding to support products in the U.S. and global markets. Since his full-time transition to academia in 2004, he emphasizes teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels that utilizes his industry experience to generate publications about ethically based strategy and healthcare delivery. His most recent forthcoming publication is about a non-pharmacologic treatment alternative, TimeSlips™, for dementia patients in nursing homes. A collegiate athlete, Dr. Sillup earned his undergraduate degree from the U.S. Military Academy and Wilkes University and his graduate degrees from Drexel University and the Fielding Institute.
- Sillup, G.P. and Porth, S.J. (2016). Pharma in the news: media coverage declines for the first time in years, Pharmaceutical Executive, July.
- Sillup, G.P. (2017). The assessment of clients’ progress at a community-based counseling center by using the sf-36, and ethical need of the community center, The Journal of Healthcare Ethics & Administration, January.
- Sullivan, E., Klimberg, R. and Sillup, G.P. (2017 forthcoming). Reduction of agitation and anxiety observed in a case study of people with dementia using the timeslips™ creative expression program. International Journal of Behavioural and Healthcare Research.