Sharon See, PharmD
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (PENDING) | Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine
Sharon See, BS, Pharm.D is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Clinical Health Professions at St. John’s University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. In conjunction with her full time appointment at St. John’s University, she is a clinical faculty member in the Mount Sinai Beth Israel Residency in Urban Family Medicine in New York City where she is the coordinator of the inpatient pharmacotherapy curriculum. Dr. See received her BS and Pharm.D. at Rutgers University College of Pharmacy and completed an inpatient Family Medicine Pharmacy specialty residency at Deaconess Hospital and the St. Louis College of Pharmacy in St. Louis, MO. She is board certified in pharmacotherapy and a Fellow of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. Dr.See is also the current chair of the Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties Pharmacotherapy Specialty Council. Her interests include evidence-based medicine, family medicine, cardiology, inpatient glycemic control and teaching with technology. She has published in the area of pharmacotherapy in several peer-reviewed journals.
BS and Pharm D, Rutgers University College of Pharmacy
Ginzburg R, See S. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease. In: Richardson M, Chant C, Cheng J, Hume A, Hutchison L, editors. Gastroentherology and Nutrition. Lenexa, KS, American College of Clinical Pharmacy; pp109-126.
See S, Conry J. Flip my class! A faculty development demonstration of a flipped classroom. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 2014; 6: 585-88.
See S, Said D. Cardiovascular safety warning for azithromycin. NJ J Pharm 2014; 88(1): 10-11.
See S. Rediscovering community-reflections after hurricane Sandy. Ann Fam Med 2013;: 571-573.
See S, Hendriks E, Hsiung L. Akathisia induced by gabapentin withdrawal. Ann Pharmacother 2011; 45: e31-e34.
See S, Nosal S, Barr W, Schiller R. Implementation of a symptom triggered benzodiazepine protocol for alcohol withdrawal in family medicine inpatients. Hosp Pharm 2009; 44: 881-887.
See S, Ginzburg R. Choosing a skeletal muscle relaxant. Am Fam Physician 2008; 78(3): 365-370.
See S, Ginzburg R. Skeletal muscle relaxants. Pharmacotherapy 2008; 28(2): 207-13.
Lams S, See S. Exenatide: A novel incretin mimetic agent for type 2 diabetes mellitus. Cardiology in Review 2006; 14: 205-211.
See S, Scott E, Levin M. Penicillin Induced Jarisch-Herxheimer reaction. Ann Pharmacother 2005 December; 39: 2128-2130.
See S. VALIANT Study (Clinically Appraised Topic). Merck Institute of Aging and Health 2004;.
See S, Rubin S. Tapering inhaled steroids is effective in chronic stable asthmatics (P.O.E.M.). J Fam Pract 2003; 52: 748-51.
See S, Geer K. Anticholinergics minimally effective for symptoms of overactive bladder. J Fam Pract 2003; 52: 678-9.
Sulli M, Kanmaz T, See S. Non-hormonal therapy for hot flashes. US Pharmacist 2003; 28(9): 41-54.
See S. Clarinex - S.T.E.P.S. Drug Updates (Safety-Tolerability-Efficacy-Price-Simplicity). Am Fam Physician 2003; 68: 2015-16.
See S, Bruno P. Digoxin increases mortality among women with congestive heart failure (P.O.E.M.). J Fam Pract 2003; 52: 106-7.
Koffler A, See S, Mumford J, Johnston B. Implementation and initial evaluation of a pharmacy consult service within a family medicine program. Am J Health - Syst Phar 2002; 59: 1200-4.
See S. Carbamazepine is effective for alcohol withdrawal (P.O.E.M.). J Fam Pract 2002; 51: 778.
See S. Angiotensin II receptor blockers for the treatment of hypertension. Expert Opin Pharmacother 2001; 2(11): 1795-1804.
See S, Mumford J. Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole induced toxic epidermal necrolysis. Ann Pharmacother 2001 June; 35: 694-7.
Kanmaz T, See S. Resources for Information on herbal Medicinals and Dietary Supplements: A Review of the Natural Pharmacist Website. Journal of Herbal Pharmacotherapy 2001; 1(3): 71-75.