Gina Prescott PharmD

Gina Prescott

Gina Prescott

Clinical Associate Professor

Contact Information
215 Kapoor Hall
Buffalo, New York 14214-8033
Phone: (716) 645-4784

Professional Summary:

Scholarly interests are in the area of global health, underserved patient care, and education. Dr. Prescott is passionate about teaching students in the area of global health and underserved patient care. She works with interprofessional teams in low-middle income countries (Dominican Republic) and organizes various student involvement in global health activities. In regards to underserved care, Dr. Prescott assists with coordinating student involvement and optimizing pharmaceutical patient care at local free clinics.

Education and Training:

  • PharmD, University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy
  • Residency, Pharmacy, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital


  • "Underserved populations: comparing and contrasting global health care disparities" ACCP Annual Meeting (2016)
  • "Updates in Women’s Health" UB Family Medicine Grand Rounds (2016)
  • "Local pharmacies translation and interpretation services." Annual WNY Refugee Health Summit (2016)
  • "Medical Mission Trips. Pharmacist Role." WNY Tonight with Tammie Lee. (2016)
  • "Operationalizing Global/International Pharmacy Education (G/I PE) in the classroom- a focus on didactic courses." AACP Webinar (2016)
  • "Access to Care- Acquiring Medications for Underserved Patients" (2012)
  • "Updates in Infectious Disease" (2012)
  • "Design and Assessment of a Didactic Course Preparing Pharmacy Residents for Scholarship" AACP Annual Meeting (2012)
  • "Impact of Electronic Device Use by Pharmacy Students on Academic Performance" AACP Annual Meeting (2012)
  • "The IRB and How to Submit a Protocol." WNY (2012)
  • "Introduction to Infectious Disease" (2011)
  • "Updates in Infectious Disease" (2011)
  • "What We Learned From Our Recent ASHP Site Visits" WNY Residency Preceptor Conference (2011)
  • "Updates in the Management of Inpatient Hyperglycemia" (2011)
  • "Clinical Pearls for Treating patients with Diabetes Mellitus" (2011)
  • "Drug Use in Pregnancy and Lactation" (2011)
  • "Antibiotic initiation timing in a tertiary care hospital with electronic medication order scanning capabilities" ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting (2010)
  • "Assessment of Adjusting Renally Eliminated Medications from Order Entry through Hospitalization" ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting (2010)
  • "Inpatient Infectious Disease: What a Family Doctor Needs to Know" (2010)
  • "What every Residency Bound Pharmacy Student needs to know" ASHP Webinar (2010)
  • "An Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) Rubric to Enhance Preceptor Effectiveness" AACP Annual Meeting (2010)
  • "Motivations for Pharmacy Students to Join Professional Organizations," AACP Annual Meeting (2010)
  • "Best Practices in Residency Training: Implementing a Precepting Learning Experience" Maximizing Your Effectiveness as a Residency Preceptor (2010)
  • "Finally! The first CDC/ United States Medical Eligibility Criteria for Contraceptive Use (USMEC)" (2010)
  • "Updates In Women's Health" ACPE Continuing Education (2010)
  • "A Pharmacy Student's Guide to Navigating the 2009 ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting" ASHP Webinar (2009)
  • "ECMC Rotational Opportunities" Career Pathways 2009 (2009)
  • "Infectious Disease Concerns in the Winter Months: URIs and LRTIs" (2009)
  • "APhA Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery" (2009)
  • "How to Write a Rx and NOT have the pharmacist call you- Clinical Pearls for Writing Prescriptions" SUNY Buffalo Medicine Pediatrics Grand Rounds (2008)
  • "Overview of Rotation Selection for Students Pursuing Post-Graduate Residencies" (2008)
  • "Treatment Options for Diabetes Mellitus" (2008)
  • "Selection of Antimicrobial Agents" (2008)
  • "Medication for Type 2 DM: Cases in Primary Care" (2007)
  • "Review of Treatment Optionls for Diabetes Mellitus" (2007)
  • "Upper Respiratory Tract Infections" (2007)
  • "A Practice-Based Learning Experience to Develop Residents as Clinical Faculty Members" AACP Annual Meeting (2007)
  • "Antiarrhythmic Agents: When, Which one to use?" (2007)
  • "Epilepsy: Review of Antiepleptic Medications" (2007)
  • "Treatment of Neuropathic Pain" (2007)
  • "Medications for Nociceptive Pain" (2007)
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215 Kapoor Hall
Buffalo, New York 14214-8033
Phone: (716) 645-4784