- Pharm.D., University of Florida
- Clinical Pharmacy Resident, UK Medical Center, College of Pharmacy, University of Kentucky
- Research Fellow, Drug Product Evaluation Unit, College of Pharmacy, University of Kentucky
Dr. Feild earned her Pharm.D. degree from the University of Florida in 1989. She then completed an ASHP accredited two-year residency with emphasis in critical care at the University of Kentucky and a two-year critical care fellowship at the University of Kentucky’s Drug Product Evaluation Unit. She joined UF College of Pharmacy faculty in 2010 as a Clinical Associate Professor and Assistant Campus Director for the St Pete Campus.
Prior to taking this position, she worked at the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center / University of Maryland Medical Center for seven years. For the last four of those years she served as the critical care research section manager and a clinical research pharmacist. For the 10 years prior she worked as a clinical pharmacy specialist in critical care caring for surgical, cardiothoracic, and trauma patients and teaching pharmacy students at Boston University Medical Center, Orlando Regional Healthcare System where she also served as the Clinical Coordinator, and Keesler Air Force Base Medical Center where she was also involved in research. She has been an Assistant Professor with the University of Florida’s Working Professional Pharm.D Program since 1997. She started as an Orlando site facilitator and has also served as the regional director, a course coordinator and advisor, a pharmaceutical care project reviewer, and currently works on special projects. She was awarded the Air Force Clinical Research Award for work done at Keesler in 2001 and she was the Spring 2007 recipient of the Faculty Service Award for the WPPD program.
- American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
- Florida Society of Healthsystem Pharmacists
- Society of Critical Care Medicine
- American College of Clinical Pharmacy
- American Society of Healthsystem Pharmacists
Lissauer M, Feild C, Fasanmi F, Johnson S. Rosiglitazone May Assist with Glycemic Control in the ICU (Abstract) Society of Critical Care Medicine Critical Care Congress, January 2008. Crit Care Med 2007 Dec;35(12)suppl:A114.
Lissauer M, Johnson S, Feild C, Whiteford C, Nussbaumer W, Scalea T. IL-1/TNF Receptor Gene Expression Characterizes Sepsis in Critically III SIRS Patients (Abstract) ISICEM, March 2007. Crit Care 2007;11(supp 2):S178.