Dr. McGee earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, formerly Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. Prior to joining PCOM School of Pharmacy, she served as a University of Georgia APPE preceptor for internal medicine with a focus in antimicrobial stewardship and was a clinical pharmacist at Athens Regional Medical Center.
Doctor of Pharmacy, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, Philadelphia PA, 2007
PGY1 ASHP-accredited residency, Emory University Hospital, Atlanta GA, 2008
McGee’s practice and research interests include antimicrobial stewardship and pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic dosing of antimicrobials. Additionally, she holds a certification in MAD-ID (Making a Difference in Infectious disease), Board Certification in Pharmacotherapy (BCPS).
Selected Poster Presentation
Mcgee EU, Gresham CD, Wolfgang C, Chang J. Post Implementation review of IV to PO antimicrobial automatic conversion. Making a Difference in Infectious Disease (MAD-ID) 15th annual meeting. Orlando, FL,(2012).
Dr McGee is also an active member of American College of Clinical Pharmacy, Society of Infectious Disease Pharmacist and American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy