Dr. McGraw-Senat received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at Temple University School
of Pharmacy in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She currently is an assistant professor
of pharmacy practice at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine School of
Pharmacy. Prior to joining PCOM School of Pharmacy, she served as an adjunct professor
at Temple University School of Pharmacy, Philadelphia University Physician Assistant
Program, and University of the Sciences Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. Dr. McGraw-Senat
also earned a teaching certificate through University of the Sciences Philadelphia
College of Pharmacy.
Dr. McGraw-Senat’s practice and research interests include diabetes, hypertension, and high risk patient populations. Dr. McGraw-Senat is very passionate for academia and ambulatory care and she looks forward to obtaining her certification as a diabetes educator. Outside of teaching at PCOM, Dr. McGraw-Senat engages in medical mission trips, most recently to Panajachel, Guatemala with the organization Woodland Public Charity.
PGY2 Ambulatory Care Residency at Temple University School of Pharmacy, Philadelphia,
PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Doctor of Pharmacy, Temple University School of Pharmacy, Philadelphia, PA
Wolters Kluwer Health Award of Excellence in Clinical Communication (2013)
McGraw C, Patel-Shori M. “The advisory committee on immunizations practices (ACIP)
changes recommendations to pneumococcal vaccination for older adults: what you should
know”. ACCP Ambulatory Care PRN Newsletter. 2015 Apr;8(11):7-8.
McGraw C, Onukogu C, Perez M, Patel-Shori N. Evaluating pharmacist impact on chronic disease state management (EPIC DM). American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists, Midyear Clinical Meeting, Anaheim, CA. 2014.
McGraw, Candis (March 2013) A Focus on the Updates to the Medical Management of Acute Ischemic Stroke. University of the Sciences CE Program, Philadelphia, PA