Douglas Black, Pharm.D.
- Professor of Pharmacy, University of Washington (2018 - Present)
- Clinical Pharmacist, University of Washington Medical Center – Division of Infectious Diseases (1989 -Present)
- Associate Professor of Pharmacy, University of Washington (1995 - 2018)
- Assistant Professor of Pharmacy, University of Washington (1989 – 1995)
Area of Special Interest
- Antibiotic resistance and surveillance mechanisms
Professional Recognitions & Appointments
- 2007 Distinguished Teaching Award, University of Washington
- 2011, a group of pharmacy students and alumni created the Doug Black PharmD Endowed Award — a yearly scholarship which goes to a student who exemplifies Doug’s enthusiastic perspective on education
40+ articles including:
- The devil is in the details: impact of penicillin susceptibility reporting on the treatment of streptococcal infective endocarditis. Clinical Infectious Diseases - January 2016
- Special report: recommendations for vancomycin serum concentration monitoring in adults. Drug Therapy Topics – December 2005
- Levofloxacin and ciprofloxacin decrease procainamide and N acetylprocainamide renal clearances. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy - April 2005
- University of Washington (PharmD)
- Nothing to disclose.