Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy
Clinical Associate Professor

Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy


Pharm.D. PGY-1 , Georgia Health Science 2006-2007

PGY-2 , University of Texas/University Medical Center of Brackenridge 2007-2008

Areas of Expertise

Research Areas: Clinical pharmacy practice in adult internal medicine and Infectious Diseases

Opportunities for Collaboration:  Between ID pharmacists on different campuses with clinical research projects

Honors, Awards, and Achievements

BCPS (Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist), Nominated for GPhA/GPhF’s New Practitioners Leadership Conference (Spring 2010)

  • GSHP, Member
  • ACCP, Member
  • ASHP, Member
  • MAD-ID (Making a Difference in Infections Diseases), participant in training certification program
Research Interests

Clinical Pharmacy Practice in Adult Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases

Selected Publications

A Review of Laxative Therapies in Older Adults. American Journal of Geriatric Pharmacotherapy. 2010;

Co-author of chapter X in Pharmacotherapy: a pathophysiologic approach

Swinghammer Pharmacotherapy Casebook

Fleming V, Buck B, Nix N, Kumar P, Southwood R. Community-acquired pneumonia with risk for drug-resistance pathogens. Southern Medical Journal 2013. 106(3); 209-216.

Presented “Resistance of Escherichia coli urinary isolates in Emergency Department-treated patients at a community hospital” as a platform presentation

Presented “Impact of Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) upon adherence to Center for Medication Safety (CMS) core measures for empiric treatment of community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) at a community hospital” as a poster

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