Blake E. Max
|Blake E. Max, PharmD|
Clinical Assistant Professor
|Office||The CORE Center, Cook County Bureau of Health Services|
|US Mail||833 South Wood Street, RM164 MC886, Chicago, IL 60612|
|Research Interests |
Dr. Max's research interests are HIV resistance, HIV-related drug interactions, medication adherence, and clinical applications in HIV therapeutics.
|1994||Doctor of Pharmacy, University of California San Francisco|
|1989||Bachelor of Science: Biochemistry, Minor: Biotechnology|
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California
|Current UIC Appointments|
|1997 to present||Clinical Assistant Professor, College of Pharmacy|
- Badri S, Adeyemi OM, Max B, Zagorski B, Barker D. How Does Expert Advice Impact Genotypic Resistance Testing in Clinical Practice. Clinical Infectious Disease 2003;37:708-713.
- Adeyemi OM, Badri SM, Max B, Chinomona N, and Barker D. HIV Infection in Older Patients. Clinical Infectious Disease 2003;36(10):1347.
- Max BE, Itokazu G, Danziger L, and Weinstein RW. Rapid Assessment of Discrepancies in a Unit-Dose System. American Society of Health-System Pharmacists 2000:59(9)May 2nd.
- Max BE and Sherer R. Management of the Adverse Effects of Antiretroviral Therapy and Medication Adherence. Clinical Infectious Disease 2000;30(Suppl 2):S96-116.
- Teichner P and Max B. HIV clinical update. Pharmacy Continuing Education, sponsored by the University of Illinois College of Pharmacy, January 1999.