Alex Ebied, Pharm.D., BCCCP

Alex Ebied

Clinical Assistant Professor

Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research

OFFICE: Communicore, C2-43


PHONE: 352-273-6092

CV: Link to CV



  • Pharm.D., Long Island University
  • PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency, St. Vincent’s Medical Center

Biographical Sketch

Alex Ebied, Pharm.D., BCCCP, joined the UF College of Pharmacy as a clinical assistant professor in the department of pharmacotherapy and translational research in June 2017. He maintains a clinical practice site in Internal Medicine at UF Health Shands Hospital. He received his Pharm.D. degree from Long Island University in Brooklyn, New York in 2013. He then completed a pharmacy practice residency at St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Jacksonville, Florida. Prior to joining the college, he worked as a critical care pharmacist at UF Health Shands Hospital for three years. One of his career passions is to mitigate the ongoing opioid crisis in which he has two publications focused on non-opioid options for pain management. His research interests include infectious diseases, pain management, and optimal medication dosing in special populations. In 2018 he established the inaugural University of Florida Internal Medicine Pharmacy Fellowship program which is focused towards a career in clinical practice settings or academia.


  • American College of Clinical Pharmacy
  • Florida Society of Health-System Pharmacists

Research Interests

  • Infectious Diseases
  • Pain Management
  • Optimal medication dosing in special populations

Honors and Awards

  • ID Stewardship Interview – Insights Into Non-Traditional Doctor of Pharmacy Programs [link] – 2019
  • CNN Interview – Are ‘breakthrough’ drugs as safe as other FDA-approved medicines? [link] – 2018
  • CNN Interview- US drug overdose deaths rose 7% in 2017 [link] – 2018
  • Pharmacy Recurring Opportunity Seed Program for Education and Research Award – 2018

Select Publications

Mo Y, Thomas MC, Antigua AD, Ebied A, Karras GE. Continuous Lidocaine Infusion as Adjunctive Analgesia in Critically Ill Patients. The Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 2017; 57(7): 830-836.

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