School of Pharmacy

Dr. Michael Neville

Dr. Michael Neville

Assistant Dean for Students; Professor

Levine Health Sciences 132



The University of Georgia, PharmD

About Me

Dr. Neville earned his doctorate in pharmacy from the University of Georgia and completed a post-graduate general clinical residency at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. Following his residency, Dr. Neville served as a clinical pharmacist at a community hospital in Atlanta. He later served as director of the PGY-1 Residency Program at Emory Healthcare and on faculty at the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, where he taught undergraduate and graduate pharmacology.

At Emory he was awarded the Crystal Apple for Excellence in Teaching Undergraduate Nursing, The Jean Thomas Award for Creativity in Teaching and the Williams Teaching Award. In 2008 he was hired by the University Of Georgia College of Pharmacy as director of skills laboratories. He developed curriculum, taught content and assessed students in five semesters of community and hospital-based practice laboratories. UGA recognized him as the 2014 teacher of the year.

While at UGA, he served as the pharmacy team leader and preceptor for P2 – P4 pharmacy students and cared for low-income patients with diabetes, hyperlipidemia and hypertension at The Mercy Health Center. Mercy recognized him as 2013 pharmacy volunteer of the year.

Dr. Neville has been actively involved in the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. He served in the Laboratory Instructor’s SIG, the Pharmacy Practice Section Program Committee and as chair of the faculty development committee. He completed the Academic Leadership Fellows Program in 2011. He is a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist and was recognized in 2011 as a fellow by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.

Neville MW, Palmer R, Elder D, Fulford M, Morris S, Sappington K. Evaluating the Effects of Flexible Learning about Aseptic Compounding on First-year Students in a Pharmacy Skills Laboratory. Am J Pharm Educ. 2015; n79(6):91.

Frenzel J., Eukel H., Neville M, Castillo M S, Donohoe, SK McMillan, KJ., Starry, M., Tingen, J., Urteaga. Essential Skills for pharmacy graduates reported by advanced pharmacy practice experience preceptors. Curr Pharm Teach Learn 2015; (7): 700-704.

Bennett, T, Bray D, Neville, MW. Suvorexant, a Duel Orexin Receptor Antagonist for the Management of Insomina. P T 2014; 39(4): 264-6.

Neville, MW, Clemmons, AB, Hunter, C. Application of Opiate Analgesia Concepts in a Third Year Skills Laboratory on Three Campuses. J Pain Palliat Care Pharmacother. 2014; 28(1): 10-18.

Neville, MW. Requiring Mutual Support Group Attendance to Teach Students about Addiction. Am J Pharm Educ. 2014; 78(2). Article 39.

Jones, B, Neville MW. Nepafenac – An Ophthalmic Non-Steroidal Antiinflammatory Drug(NSAID) for Pain after Cataract Surgery. Ann Pharmcother. 2013; 47: 892-896.

Divall, M, Hayney, M, Marsh, W, Neville, MW, O’Barr, S, Sheets, E. Calhoun, L. Perceptions of the students, faculty and administrators on the use of technology in the classroom at six colleges of pharmacy. Am J Pharm Educ. 2013; 77(4). Article 75.

Swymer, C, Neville MW. Tafluprost: The First Preservative-Free Prostaglandin to Treat Open-Angle Glaucoma and Ocular Hypertension. Ann Pharmacother. 2012; 46:1506-1510

Neville, MW. Using Assessments to Stifle Rumors. Nurse Educ. 2005; 30(6): 233-234

Neville, MW. A Training and Communications Team Develops On-Line Learning Modules in Response to JCAHO Standard TX 3.5.2. Hospital Pharmacy. 2005; 40(5): 415-419.

Del Villar, G., Robinson, J. Neville, M.W. “Spanish for pharmacy students: A language-focus needs analysis.” World Language and TESOL Colloquium. The University of Georgia, Athens, GA, February 28, 2014.

Johnson, S.G., Kearney, K., Neville, M.W., Smith R.E. “Lessons From Madonna: Reinventing Yourself in Pharmacy Practice—Alternative Pathways to Faculty Development.” American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Meeting, Chicago, IL, July 15, 2013.

“Basics of Protocol Writing & Selecting Your Outcomes.” GSHP Residency Research Forum. Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Atlanta, GA,
August 9, 2013.

“Medication Errors Laboratory” as part of Innovations in the Pharmacy Skills Laboratory Special Session, AACP Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX, July 12, 2011.

Lundquist, L. and Neville, M. “Frames of Leadership for Pharmacists.” Georgia Society of Health-System Pharmacists Summer Meeting. Amelia Island, FL, July 23, 2011.

“Leading Small Groups in the Clinical Skills Lab.” UGA Pharmacy Residency Teaching Certificate Program. Georgia Center for Continuing Education. Athens, GA, July 31, 2009.

“Should Nurses Ask for the Evidence?” 5th Annual AACN Region 6 Symposium. Critical Care Nursing: Visioning Beyond the Basics. Atlanta, GA, Sept 30, 2008.

“Update on Cardiovascular Drugs.” Setting the Pace 2007: Emerging Trends for Cardiovascular Nursing. Emory Conference Center. Atlanta, GA, Apr 11, 2007.

“Teaching a Large Lecture Class.” SAGE Mentoring Program, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing. Emory University. Atlanta, GA, Feb 8, 2007.

“Technology in Teaching and Learning.” presented to Tbilisi, Georgia physicians, Emory University. Atlanta, GA, Apr 4, 2005.

“New Drug Update.” National Conference of Gerontological Nurse Practitioners. Atlanta, GA, Sept 21, 2000.

Teacher of the Year, The University of Georgia College of Pharmacy. Athens, GA, 2014

Pharmacy Volunteer of the Year, Mercy Health Center. Athens, GA, 2013

Academic Leadership Fellow, American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, 2011

Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist, 2008

Crystal Apple – Undergraduate Nursing, Emory University. Atlanta, GA, 2008

Williams Teaching Award, Emory University. Atlanta, GA, 2007

Jean Thomas Award for Creativity in Teaching, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing. Atlanta, GA, 2002

Fellow, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, 2001

Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist, 1995