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Alexis Horace
Associate Professor
School of Clinical Sciences
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318-342-6601
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Alexis E Horace, PharmD
Associate Professor, Pharmacy

Education

PharmD

2008, PharmD
University of Tennessee Health Science Center

BS

2004, Biology
University of Georgia

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Biographical Sketch

I currently work in an HIV/AIDS clinic that treats patients of all ages, most of whom struggle daily with polypharmacy. I run a medication therapy management service for my clinic where I help patients manage multiple medications as well as chronic disease states such as hypertension, diabetes, dyslipidemia, HIV/AIDS, thyroid disorders, and asthma/COPD. I published an article in 2015 regarding pediatric polypharmacy sparked by my growing interest this area of pharmaceutical care. I am passionate about my local community, participating in many health screenings, awareness walks, and pediatric summer camps geared toward special disease states. I have collaborated with researchers outside of my institution in the past and I am confident in my communication and collaboration skills. I have been working with Dr. Paul Bakaki on several projects regarding pediatric polypharmacy since 2016. The research is currently in progress; however, we hope to present the pilot data of our research this year. I am also interested in research regarding outpatient antimicrobial stewardship, and transitions of care for HIV/AIDS patents, and PREP stewardship. 

Licensure & Certification

APhA MTM Certification, APhA. (May 16 2012 - Present)
Diabetes Care, American Pharmacist Association. (October 29 2011 - Present)
Registered Pharmacist, Georgia Board of Pharmacy. (March 2010 - Present)
Teaching Certification, University of Georgia. (June 15 2009 - Present)
Pharmacy Based Immunization Delivery, American Pharmacist Association. (January 27 2005 - Present)
Board Certified Amblatory Care Specialist, Board of Pharmacy Specialties. (November 2013 - December 31 2020)
Medication Administration, Louisiana Board of Pharmacy. (October 13 2011 - May 24 2013)
American Heart Association BLS, AHA. (May 24 2011 - May 2013)
Registered Pharmacist, Tennessee Board of Pharmacy. (December 2008 - December 31 2010)
Practicing HIV Pharmacist, American Academy of HIV Medicine. (October 13 2014 - December 31 17)

Research Interests

  • Pediatric/Adult polypharmacy
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Vaccination strategies for out-patient clinics
  • Transitions of care
  • Outpatient antimicrobial stewardship

Recent Publications

Horace, A., Tran, C., Dorsey, M., James, C., Turner, K. (2021). Aiming student pharmacist organizations toward professional success: Mapping student activities to a professional development program (pp. 346-352). Currents in Pharmacy Teaching & Learning.
Horace, A., Golchin, N., Knight, E., Dawson, N., Ma, X., Feinstein, J., Johnson, H., Kleinman, L., Bakaki, P. (2020). A Scoping Review of Medications Studied in Pediatric Polypharmacy Research (pp. 85-94). Pediatric Drugs.
Horace, A. Aiming Student Pharmacist Organizations toward Professional Success: A Description of Mapping Activities to a Professional Development Program. Arlington: AJPE.
Horace, A., Stewert, R., Lavespere, C. (2019). Student led interprofessional activities: A case of collaboration between student National Pharmaceutical Association, Student Nursing Association, and the National Kidney Foundation (pp. 14). Monroe, LA: University of Louisiana at Monroe`.
Golchin, N., Bakaki, P., Horace, A. (2019). Outcome Measures in Pediatric Polypharmacy Research: A Scoping Review (pp. 447-458). Drugs & Therapy Perspectives.
Baker, C., Feinstein, J., Ma, X., Dawson, N., Golchin, N., Horace, A., Kleinman, L., Meropol, S., Knight, E., Winterstein, A., Bakaki, P. (2019). Variation of the prevalence of pediatric polypharmacy: A scoping review (pp. 275-287). Pharmacoepidemiol Drug Saf..
Horace, A., Welch, H. (2019). Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practice Study Guide 5e: Case 12 - Chronic Asthma (pp. none). New Orleans: McGraw-Hill.
Horace, A., Sirmans, S. (2014). Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practice Study Guide 4e: Case 12 - Chronic Asthma. McGraw-Hill.
Horace, A., Lavergne, S. (2018). A novel intravenous antiretroviral approved for the treatment of HIV-1 in heavily experienced adults with multidrug resistant HIV-1 infection (pp. 2). Baton Rouge: Louisiana Society of Health System Pharmacist.
Carrell, L., HOrace, A. (2017). PNEUMOCOCCAL VACCINATION: SIMPLIFYING THE CHAOS. Baton Rouge: Louisiana Society of Health System Pharmacist.
Bakaki, P., Horace, A., Dawson, N., Winterstein, A., Waldron, J., Staley, J., Knight, E., Meropol, S. (2018). Defining pediatric polypharmacy: A scoping review (pp. 11). PLOS one.
Staley, J., Bakaki, P., Horace, A. E. (2018). A transdisciplinary team approach to scoping reviews: the case of pediatric polypharmacy (pp. 1-9). BMC Medical Research Methodology.
Carrel, L., Horace, A. E. (2017). Pneumococcal Vaccination: Simplifying the Chaos (pp. 4). Baton Rouge: OLOL Hospital News Letter.
Pate, A., Smith, J., Caldwell, D., Horace, A., Zagar, M. (2017). Development, implementation, and impact of a collaborative junior faculty engagement and professional growth program: The Young Faculty Leadership Initiative. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning.
Horace, A. E., Akbarian-Tefagh, J. (2013). Disguising the Taste of Antiretrovirals for Pediatric Patients Infected with Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome: Creative Flavor Compounding and Techniques, Part 2. Idaho: International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding.
Horace, A. E., Ahmed, F. (2015). Polypharmacy in Pediatric Patients (pp. 113-126). Albany, Auckland/ Dove Medical Press: Integrated Pharmacy Research and Practice.
Horace, A., Akbarian-Tefagh, J. (2013). Disguising the taste of antiretroviral therapy in pediatrics: creative flavoring and compounding techniques. Part 1. Edmond, Oklahoma: International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding.
Horace, A., Labruzzo Mohundro, B. A. (2013). Medications Used in Pain Management (pp. 2). Monroe, Louisiana: Provider Update.
Horace, A., Phillips, B. B. (2013). Pharamcotherapy Principles and Practice Study Guide: Chapter 59 Osteoporosis. New York, Chicago: Mc Graw Hill medical.
Horace, A., Labruzzo Mohundro, B. A. (2013). Parkinson's Disease (pp. 2). Monroe, Louisiana: Provider Update.
Mohundro, M. M., Horace, A. (2013). The Future of Melanoma Treatment. Plainsboro, NJ: AJMC.
Horace, A. (2012). Pharmacists’ research contributions in the fight against HIV/AIDs. New York: AIDs research and treatment.
Horace, A., Phillips, B. B., Guffey, J. W., Huston, S. H. Self-care in Veterans with diabetes: Using a theory of planned behavior framework.
Labruzzo Mohundro, B. A., Horace, A. (2012). Itching like crazy: Understanding chickenpox. (pp. 58-60). US Pharmacist.
Horace, A., Phillips, B. B. (2011). Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practice Study Guide: Chapter 59 - Osteoporosis (pp. 239-243). New York, Chicago: Mc Graw Hill medical.
Horace, A., Phillips, M. S. (2010). “Identification and prevention of antiretroviral medication errors at an academic medical center. (pp. 1-7). Hospital Pharmacy.
Horace, A. Classic Insulin Management (pp. 6). Gurnee, IL: Pharmaceutical Press.

Research Grants

Horace, A., Walker, A., Welch, H., "Cure Connections – Hepatitis C Education, Screening, and Testing in Underserved Communities" (Pending Funding Decision), Sponsored By New Horizons Grant - BCBS, External to The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $19985. (December 1 2019 - Present).
Horace, A. (Principal), Walker, A. (Co-Principal), Welch, H. (Co-Principal), "Cure for Hep C" (Not Funded), Sponsored By Living Well, External to The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $61,475. (October 1 2019 - December 2019).
Horace, A. E. (Principal), Smith, J. (Supporting), LaRochelle, J. (Supporting), Johnson, J. (Supporting), "Evaluating physician perceptions on the expectations of clinical pharmacy faculty: A national survey" (Not Funded), Sponsored By American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $7,311.25. (August 31 2015 - December 1 2015).
Evans, E. (Supporting), Evans, J. (Principal), Chelette, C. T. (Supporting), Sampognaro, L. A. (Supporting), Horace, A. (Supporting), Smith, J. (Supporting), "Bringing high-risk, medically underserved citizens of Louisiana into the healthcare system through pharmacist outreach in communities" (Not Funded), Sponsored By Louisiana Clinical & Translational Science Center (La CaTS), The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $27173. (June 3 2013 - June 2013).
Smith, J. (Principal), Horace, A., Labruzzo Mohundro, B. A., Evans, E., Sampognaro, L. A., Chelette, C. T., "2013 Heart to Heart Community Health Fair Funding Opportunity" (Not Funded), Sponsored By National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) Foundation, The University of Louisiana at Monroe, $1000. (January 2013).

Awards & Honors

May 2021 Excellence in Team Teaching Award P3: Therapeutics VII.

May 2021 Excellence in Team Teaching Award P2: Therapeutics III.

May 2021 Excellence in Team Teaching Award P1: Self-Care 4079.

May 2020 Excellence in Team Teaching Award: Therapeutics VII.

May 2020 Excellence in Team Teaching Award: Self-Care Module.

July 2019 National Poster Winner.

June 2019 Feature: Alumni Spotlight.

July 2018 Advisor of the year.

May 2016 Outstanding Chapter President .

May 2015 Oustanding Committee Chair 2015.

November 2014 Oustanding Reviewer Status.

Courses Taught

PHAR 4070Hospital Pharmacy, 1 course(s)

PHRD 4064THERAPEUTICS I, 3 course(s)

PHRD 4079SELF CARE/PATIENT ASSESS I MOD, 10 course(s)

PHRD 4081INFECTIOUS DISEASES MODULE, 7 course(s)

PHRD 4085THERAPEUTICS III, 3 course(s)

PHRD 5002PHARM ETHICS & LAW II, 5 course(s)

PHRD 5004ADVANCED COMMUNICATION, 8 course(s)

PHRD 5008Self/Care Patient II Module, 1 course(s)

PHRD 5010CARDIOVASCULAR MODULE, 7 course(s)

PHRD 5012PHARMACY COMMUNICATIONS, 6 course(s)

PHRD 5027BONE AND JOINT MODULE, 7 course(s)

PHRD 5039THERAPEUTICS VII, 2 course(s)

PHRD 5054HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION, 9 course(s)

PHRD 5061WOMEN'S HEALTH AND PHARMACIST, 4 course(s)

PHRD 5068LIFESTYLE MODS DIS MGMT PREV, 2 course(s)

PHRD 6004ADV AMBULATORY CARE PHAR PRACT, 4 course(s)

PHRD 6008ADV SPECIALTY PHAR PRACT EX, 1 course(s)

PHRD 6010ADV PHAR PRACT ELECTIVE EX, 3 course(s)