Andrea S. Newsome, Pharm.D.

Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy, Augusta
Clinical Assistant Professor

Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy, Augusta

  • Education

    PGY-2 Critical Care Specialty Pharmacy Residency, University of North Carolina (UNC) Hospitals and Clinics, Chapel Hill, NC

    PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency , University of North Carolina Hospitals and Clinics, Chapel Hill, NC

    Doctor of Pharmacy (Summa Cum Laude), The University of Georgia College of Pharmacy, Athens, GA

  • Honors, Awards, and Achievements

    Golden Pen Award (Augusta University Medical Center) – March 2017
    SCCM Presidential Citation – December 2016
    GSHP Outstanding Young Health-System Pharmacist – July 2016
    Honors Capstone with Highest Honors and CURO Scholar Distinction
    Lilly Achievement Award for Scholarship, Ethics, and Leadership – May 2013

  • Affiliations
  • Research Interests

    My research interests include critical care pharmacy practice and translational sciences

  • Selected Publications

    Fouda, A*; Sikora Newsome A*; Spellicy S; Waller J; Zhi W; Hess D; Ergul A; Ewards D; Fagan SC; Switzer JA. Minocycline in Acute Cerebral Hemorrhage: An Early Phase Randomized Trial. Stroke. 2017. Accepted for publication.

    Sikora Newsome A; Sultan S; Murray B; Schmidt, K; Pappas A; Filteau G; Laux J; Wolfe A; Williams, F, Jones, S, Cairns, B. The effect of inhaled prostacyclins on oxygenation in inhalational injury. Burns Open. 2017. Accepted for publication.

    Newsome AS, Casciere BC, Jordan JD, Rhoney DM, Sullivan KA, Morbitzer KA, Moore JD, Durr AE. The role of statin therapy in hemorrhagic stroke. Pharmacotherapy. 2015 Dec;35(12):1152-63.

    Pinelli, NR, Sikora AN, Witherspoon LA, Rao KV, Rhoney DH. Impact of pharmacy residency research training on residents’ actual versus perceived ability and interest to identify and solve practice-related problems. J Pharm Pract. 2015 Jan 29. pii: 0897190014566317.

    Switzer JA, Sikora A, Ergul A, Waller JL, Hess DC, Fagan SC. Minocycline prevents IL-6 increase after acute ischemic stroke. Translational stroke research 2012;3:363-8.