A. Shaun Rowe, Pharm.D., BCPS

Assistant Professor
College of Pharmacy
Department of Clinical Pharmacy

Office: 1924 Alcoa Highway Box 117
Tel: (865) 946-3414
arowe@utk.edu

Education

Campbell University School of Pharmacy

Doctor of Pharmacy

 

The University of Tennessee Medical Center

ASHP accredited residency: Pharmacy Practice (PGY-1)

 

Certification

Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist by the Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties

 

Honors and Awards

2010 Pharmacist of the Year, Tennessee Society of Health System Pharmacists

Committees & Offices Held

Professional Affiliation Offices and Activities

UT Graduate School of Medicine Institutional Review Board

2010      – Present Board Member

Physician’s Medical Education and Research Foundation

2010      – Present Board Member

Tennessee Pharmacists Association

2012 – 2013    TSHP President Elect

2011 Chair of TSHP Awards Committee

2008 Committee Member - Professional Relations

2008 – 2009    TSHP Secretary / Treasurer

2007 – 2008    TSHP Secretary / Treasurer Elect

Society of Critical Care Medicine

2005 Committee Member – Patient Safety Task Force

American College Clinical Pharmacy

2012 Central Nervous System PRN / Cardiology PRN collaborative paper project member

2012 Critical Care PRN Awards Committee Member

2007 Critical Care Education Committee member

2006 Critical Care Education Committee member

2006 Critical Care Pharmacist Education Whitepaper Development Committee member

 

Professional Affiliations

2011 – Present                        Neurocritical Care Society

2010 – Present                        UT Graduate School of Medicine Institutional Review Board

2010 – Present                        Physician’s Medical Education and Research Foundation

2003 – Present                        Tennessee Pharmacists Association

2003 – Present                        Society of Critical Care Medicine

2003 – Present                        American College Clinical Pharmacy

2001 – Present                        American Society of Health-System Pharmacists

Teaching Profile

A. Shaun Rowe is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy at the University Of Tennessee Health Science Center College Of Pharmacy.  Dr. Rowe’s clinical practice, teaching and research site is in Neurosciences at The University of Tennessee Medical center in Knoxville, Tennessee.  He is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist and serves as a reviewer for many pharmacy and critical care journals.  Dr. Rowe’s research interests include hematologic changes during ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke as well as interprofessional education. 

Publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles:

1.      McMillen JC, Lawson CM, Rowe AS. A futility assessment of recombinant factor VII activated for the treatment of hemorrhagic shock requiring massive transfusion. Hospital Pharmacy. In Press

2.      Baker W, Marrs J, Davis L, Nutescu E, Rowe AS, Ryan M, Splinter, M, Vardeny, O, Fagen S. Key Articles and Guidelines in the Acute Management and Secondary Prevention of Ischemic Stroke. Pharmacotherapy. 11 FEB 2013, DOI: 10.1002/phar.1252

3.      Baker W, Marrs J, Davis L, Nutescu E, Rowe AS, Ryan M, Splinter, M, Vardeny, O, Fagen S. Key Articles and Guidelines in the Primary Prevention of Ischemic Stroke. Pharmacotherapy. 11 FEB 2013, DOI: 10.1002/phar.1255

4.      Wylie DR, Ray SM, Rowe AS, Franks A. Pharmacy student knowledge retention after utilization of a novel patient simulation session. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 2012;76(5): article 86.

5.      Morris EK, Rowe AS. Probable drug-drug interaction leading to serotonin syndrome in a patient treated with concomitant buspirone, linezolid in the setting of therapeutic hypothermia. Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics. 2012; 37: 610 – 613.

6.      Mount JC, Rowe AS. Use of methylene blue for refractory shock during continuous venovenous hemodiafiltration. Pharmacotherapy. 2010;30(3):323.

7.      Rowe AS, Turner RM. Coagulation factor VIIa (recombinant) for warfarin-induced intracranial hemorrhage. Am J Health-Syst Pharm. 2010;67:361-5.