Hailing from South Bend, Indiana, Dennis Vargo is a well known clinical pharmacologist. Having attained an undergraduate degree in philosophy from the Brandeis University in 1980, Dennis Vargo went on to obtain his MD at the Indiana University School of Medicine. He also finished an internal medicine residency and completed a fellowship in clinical pharmacology at the Indiana University Medical Center. On top of all these, Dennis Vargo also completed an entire year of inpatient psychiatry training at the University of Chicago. Dennis Vargo is a member of Pfizer’s Safety and Risk Management Group.

Dennis Vargo, one of Pfizer Inc’s best pharmacists, visited Kampala, Uganda last fall to work for a certain aid group at the Makerere University Faculty of Medicine.

Dennis Vargo is a member of the board of directors of the nonprofit organization HVO, or the Health Volunteers Overseas. The organization is dedicated to enhance the availability, as well as the overall quality, of healthcare services in developing countries.

In addition to his duties as a pharmacist, Dennis Vargo goes out of his way to travel to different regions of the world to educate children and families regarding proper healthcare in order to promote progress in developing countries.

As a Global Health Fellow, Dennis Vargo teams up with several healthcare practitioners in Uganda to help increase the population’s awareness regarding proper healthcare.

In the earlier days of his career, Dennis Vargo was hired to fill certain positions in the AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals’ clinical pharmacology and experimental medicine department.

Dennis Vargo spent around three months teaching several pharmacy students at the Makerere University School of Medicine in Uganda.

Dennis Vargo used to serve as the head and vice president of the US Clinical Safety and Pharmacovigilance at the UCB Pharma in Atlanta, Georgia.

Dennis Vargo completed his fellowship in clinical pharmacology at the Indiana University Medical Center under D Craig Brater, MD.

Dennis Vargo finished his BA in philosophy at the Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts.

Dennis Vargo teamed up with other medical experts to produce a study regarding “Bioavailability, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamics of torsemide and furosemide in patients with congestive heart failure”