Samuel James Matthews
Associate Professor
Department: Department of Pharmacy Practice
Department 2: School of Pharmacy
Office: 140 The Fenway, R226X
 
Résumé/CV

Phone: 617-373-4178
Fax: 617-373-7655
Email: s.matthews@neu.edu

 
 
Education:
PharmD, University of Minnesota
BS, University of Maryland

Research: Pharmacokinetics of antibiotics in patients with liver or kidney disease

Publications:
Matthews SJ, Lancaster J. Doripenem: A new carbapenem antibiotic. Clin Therap. 2009; 31:42-63.
Trujillo J, DiVall M, Barr J, Gonyeau M, Van Amburgh J, Matthews SJ, D Qualters. Development of a Peer Teaching Assessment Program and a Peer Observation and Evaluation Tool. Am J of Pharmaceut Edu. 2008;72 (6) 147.
S. James Matthews and Christopher McCoy. Pegylated Interferons: Clinical Applications in the Management of Hepatitis C: In E. Jirillo, ed., Hepatitis C Virus Disease: Immunology and Clinical Applications. Springer Publishing Group, New
York 2007.
Matthews SJ. Telbivudine for the management of chronic hepatitis B virus infection. Clin Therap. 2007;29:2635-2653.
Matthews SJ. Entecavir for the Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis B Virus Infection. Clin Therap. 2006; 28:184-203.

 
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