Eric F. Egelund, Ph.D., Pharm.D.

Eric F. Egelund

Clinical Assistant Professor

Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research

OFFICE: 580 W. 8th Street


PHONE: 904-244-9876

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  • Ph.D., University of Florida
  • Pharm.D., University of Florida
  • B.S. in Microbiology, University of West Florida

Biographical Sketch

  • Teaching Assistant of the Year, 2014

After completing his Pharm.D. at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy, Dr. Egelund enrolled in the Ph.D. program at the University of Florida. Dr. Egelund completed his graduate studies in the Department of Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research under the mentorship of Dr. Charles Peloquin, director of the Infectious Disease Pharmacokinetics Laboratory in Gainesville. Currently Dr. Egelund is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the College of Pharmacy’s Jacksonville campus. In addition to this role Dr. Egelund works part-time at Walgreens and volunteers at HIV and nontuberculous mycobacteria clinics when time permits.

Research Interests

Dr. Egelund’s primary research interest is the pharmacokinetics of infectious disease agents, specifically those used for the treatment of tuberculosis, non-tuberculosis mycobacteria (NTM), and HIV.


Florida Pharmacy Association
American College of Clinical Pharmacy
American Academy of HIV Medicine
Making a Difference in Infectious Disease
American Society of Microbiology


Egelund EF, Isaza R, Brock AP, Alsultan A, An G, Peloquin CA. Population Pharmacokinetics of Rifampin in the Treatment of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Asian Elephants. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology. September 2014.

Egelund EF, Weiner M, Singh RP, Prihoda TJ, Derendorf H, Peloquin CA, Mac Kenzie

WR. Protein Binding of Rifapentine and the 25-Desacetyl Metabolite in Patients with Pulmonary Tuberculosis. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy. August 2014.

Brock AP, Isaza R, Egelund EF, Hunter RP, Peloquin CA. The Pharmacokinetics of a Single Oral or Rectal Dose of Concurrently Administered Isoniazid, Rifampin, Pyrazinamide, and Ethambutol in Asian Elephants (Elephas maximus). Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology. April 2014.