Antoinette (Toni) Coe, PharmD, PhD joined the Department of Clinical Pharmacy in the College of Pharmacy in August 2016. She received her PharmD from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) in 2009 and then completed a Community Pharmacy Practice Residency with Martin’s Pharmacy/ VCU School of Pharmacy. She obtained her Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences from VCU School of Pharmacy in 2015. 

Research Interests

  • Examining problems during transitions of care and reasons for frequent emergency department use in low-income older adults

  • Examining the impact of pharmacists on patient outcomes and costs in innovative, interprofessional patient care models 

  • Incorporating  technology solutions to improve efficiencies in primary care clinical pharmacist workflow

  • Quantifying and understanding the impact of interprofessional collaborative care and education on patients, healthcare professionals, and student outcomes

  • Identifying strategies which address health disparities to improve health and medication-related outcomes in vulnerable populations

Selected Publications

  • Dow AW, Boling PA, Lockeman KS, Mazmanian PE, Feldman M, Diazgranados D, Browning J, Coe A, Selby-Penczak R, Hobgood S, Abbey L, Parsons P, Delafuente J, Taylor SF. Training and assessing interprofessional virtual teams using a web-based case system. Acad Med. 2016;91(1):120-6.

  • Coe AB, Moczygemba LR, Gatewood SB, Osborn RD, Matzke GR, Goode JV. Medication adherence challenges among patients experiencing homelessness in a behavioral health clinic. Res Social Adm Pharm. 2015;11(3):e110-e120.

  • Coe AB, Moczygemba LR,  Harpe SE, Gatewood SB. Homeless patients’ use of urban emergency departments in the United States. J Ambulatory Care Manage. 2015;38(1):48-58.

  • Mazmanian PE, Coe AB, Evans JA, Longo DR, Wright BA. Are researcher development interventions, alone or in any combination, effective in improving researcher behavior? A systematic review. Eval Health Prof. 2014;37(1)114-39.

  • Allen D, Ripley E, Coe A, Clore J. Reorganizing the general clinical research center to improve the clinical and translational research enterprise. Eval Health Prof. 2013;36(4):492-504.