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Michael W. Perry completed his doctor of pharmacy degree in 2008 at Ohio Northern University. He went on to complete two pharmacy residencies and specialized in critical care pharmacy. He is board certified in pharmacotherapy. He currently works a clinical assistant professor of pharmacy practice at Duquesne University. He teaches in multiple courses, and maintains an active practice site at UPMC Shadyside Hospital in the cardiothoracic intensive care unit.

Michael's areas of experitise include:

  • Pharmacotherapy
  • Critical Care Medicine
  • Cardiology
  • Infectious Disease


Pharm.D., Ohio Northern University, 2008
PGY2, Critical Care Pharmacy Residency, Palmetto Health Richland Hosptial, 2010
PGY1, General Practice Pharmacy Residency, UPMC Mercy Hospital, 2009

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Interdisciplinary Education

Preceptor Development



Professional Presentations:

Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association 2012 Mid-Year Conference
Harrisburg, PA., February 2012
Interaction Warning: QT prolongation Possible A review of the pathophysiology of QT prolongation, risks factors, and serious drug interactions

Medco Health Solutions, Inc Continuing Education Program
North Versailles, PA., December 2011
Heart Failure Management for the Pharmacist: A Case-Based Review

Palmetto Health Richland Hospital Continuing Education Program Columbia, SC., December 2010
Central Operations Retreat: An emphasis on Pharmacokinetics, Antibiotics, and TPN

Southeastern Pharmacy Residency Conference
Athens, GA., April 2010
Outcomes of extended infusion piperacillin/tazobactam dosing compared to traditional dosing strategies in ICU patients

South Carolina Society of Health-System Pharmacists 2010 Annual Meeting & Exhibit
Hilton Head, SC., March 2010
Steroids in Septic Shock: An Update

Pharmacy Grand Rounds Palmetto Health Richland
Columbia SC., October 2009
Infections in Solid Organ Transplant

28th Annual Eastern States Conference for Pharmacy Residents and Preceptors.
Hershey, PA., April 2009
Evaluation of the use and continuation of pantoprazole for stress ulcer prophylaxis in critical care patients transferred to non-critical care floors

Western Pennsylvania Society of Health System Pharmacists.
Pittsburgh, PA,. November 2008
Clinical Pearl: Management of warfarin in a hemodialysis patient receiving Daptomycin

Therapeutics in the Critically Ill

Acute Care Concentration


Infectious Disease

Clinical Pharmacokinetics

Abilities Based Learning Experiences

Probelm Based Learning Experiences

Eagle Scout – 2002 – Boy Scouts of America