Infectious disease pharmacists provide direct patient care in various inpatient settings such as including the patients in internal medicine and critical care settings. They are often responsible for antibiotic stewardship and surveillance programs. Infections disease pharmacists can be seen in hemology/oncology, solid organ transplant, as well as outpatient settings such as HIV clinics. Infectious disease pharmacists engage in clinical pharmacokinetic consults, interpretation of microbiologic and laboratory monitoring, utilization of drug information, and translational research.
Member Career Profiles
Credentials: Pharm.D., BCPS, AAHIVE
Position/Title: Assistant Professor
Organization:Jefferson School of Pharmacy
Primary Specialty: Infectious Disease