- Pharm.D., University of Louisiana at Monroe 2005
- Residency, St. Louis College of Pharmacy 2006
- Professor of Pharmacy Practice
- Research Associate Professor in NCNPR, Research Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Associate Professor of Medicine – UMMC
Dr. Riche’s interests include cardiometabolics; diabetes; lipids; hypertension; testosterone; dietary supplements; natural products; clinical trials; scholarship of teaching and learning; educational research.
Dr. Daniel M. Riche received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Louisiana at Monroe in 2005. His postgraduate training includes a Specialty Residency in Family Medicine at St. Louis College of Pharmacy co-affiliated with Mercy Family Medicine. Dr. Riche has been the Clinic Coordinator of the Cardiometabolic Clinic at the University of Mississippi Medical Center since 2007. Dr. Riche was named ACCP New Clinical Practitioner of the Year in 2011 and a University of Mississippi Distinguished Teaching Scholar in 2014. Dr. Riche was a co-editor of the 11th Edition of Clinical Drug Data and has published over 50 peer-reviewed manuscripts. Dr. Riche received the MPhA Excellence in Innovation award in 2015 and the University of Mississippi Innovations in Teaching Award in 2011. Dr. Riche also received the University of Mississippi Clinical Science Teaching Award in 2009, as well as being named IPPE Preceptor of the Year (2015) and APPE Preceptor of the Year (2018). Dr. Riche is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist (BCPS), a Clinical Lipid Specialist (CLS), and a Certified Hypertension Clinician (ASH-CHC). Outside of work, Dr. Riche enjoys spending time with his wife (Krista) and daughters (Hannah Lee and Sarah Beth), as well as cheering for the LSU Tigers.