Julie Wickman, PharmD
Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Practice
Director, Experiential Education
PharmD, Mercer University, 1996
Community Pharmacy Residency, 1996-97
Dr. Wickman received her PharmD degree from Mercer University and completed the first
Community Pharmacy residency program in the State of Georgia. Dr. Wickman was on faculty
at Mercer University from 1997-2001 and taught in the OTC course, Pharmacy Practice
Laboratory Course, Community Pharmacy Ownership and Women’s Health. She has owned
two independent pharmacies and was an active preceptor for many years. Dr. Wickman
has been on faculty at PCOM School of Pharmacy since February 2010 and teaches an
Ownership elective, as well as Women’s Health topics in Therapeutics.
Dr. Wickman’s research interests are Women’s Health, specifically Osteoporosis and
Menopause. She was named One of the Most Influential Pharmacists in the US in 1998
based on research she conducted in the Independent Pharmacy setting. Dr. Wickman researched
whether or not pharmacy owners were paid for providing pharmacist care.
Dr. Wickman is the proud mother of Emily and Ethan and enjoys spending time with her
family. She is actively involved in cheerleading with her daughter, football with
her son, and also involved in her church.
The 50 Most Influential Pharmacist in the US, 1998 by American Druggist
Top 40 Under 40, GPhA, 2004
Smallwood G, Wickman JM, Osteoporosis Screening in an Outpatient Liver Transplant
Clinic: Impact of Primary Immunosuppression. Transplantation Proceedings, 2002;34:1569-70.
Weitzel K, Wickman JM, Augustin SG. Zaleplon: A Pyrazolopyrimidine Sedative-Hypnotic
Agent for the Treatment of Insomnia. Clinical Therapeutics. 2000:22(11): 1254-66.
Wickman JM, Cold JA. Recognizing and Treating Tardive Dyskinesia. US Pharm. 2000;25(5):
Wickman JM, Marquess JG. Marketing your Pharmacy Services in the New Millennium. America’s
Wickman JM, Coulter K. Establishing a Diabetes Care Center in a Community Pharmacy.
Georgia Pharm J. 1999:21(10).
Wickman JM. Making Cents out of Caring for Patients. J Am Pharm Assoc. 1999;39(2)
Wickman JM, Hixson-Wallace J. How a CPR Program Can Revive a Pharmacy. Georgia Pharm
Wickman JM, Marquess JG, Jackson RA. Documenting Pharmacy Care Does Make Cents, and
Dollars Too! Georgia Pharm J. 1998:20(2): 12-4.
Wickman JM, Adams AA. The Development of an Advanced Community Preceptor Training
Program. American Association Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting San Diego, California.
Marquess JG, Wickman JM. Incorporating a Pharmacy-Based Immunization Training Program
into a Pharmacy Practice Laboratory Course. American Association Colleges of Pharmacy
Annual Meeting San Diego, California. July 2000.
Nykamp D, Wickman JM, Ward E. Assessment of a Preceptor Development Project: Incorporating
a Cholesterol Self-Care Monitoring Service into Community Pharmacy Practice. American
Association Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, San Diego, California. July 2000.
Wickman JM, Does Documentation and Billing for Professional Services Make Cents? American
Association Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting Snowmass Colorado, July 1998.
Wickman JM, Marquess JG, From Independents to Chains: The Development and Implementation
of a Community Pharmacy Residency Program. American Association Colleges of Pharmacy
Annual Meeting Snowmass, Colorado, July 1998.
Marquess JG, Wickman JM, Marshall, LL, Design, Development and Implementation of a
Pharmaceutical Care Based Pharmacy Practice Lab Focusing on Disease State Management.
American Association Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting Snowmass, Colorado. July
Marquess JG, Wickman JM, The Development of Advanced Practice Experiences in Community
Pharmacy. American Association Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting Snowmass, Colorado.
03/2000, Community Pharmacy Residency Grant, The Institute for the Advancement of
Community Pharmacy (IACP), East Marietta Drugs, $23,250.00
11/1999, Primary Investigator, Osteoporosis Screenings in the Community Pharmacy Setting,
09/1998, Co-Investigator for Actimed Grant, Incorporating a Self-Care Cholesterol
Kit into Pharmacy Services, $24,150.00
10/1997, Primary Investigator, Counting on Compensation-NCPA Grant -$10,000.00