Faculty and Staff
Julie M. Sease, Pharm.D.
|Title:||Senior Associate Dean
|Department:||Office of the Dean
College of Pharmacy
College of Pharmacy
Pharm.D. University of South Carolina, 2003
Julie M. Sease, Pharm.D., FCCP, BCPS, CDCES, BCACP is the Senior Associate Dean and a Clinical Professor in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Outcomes Sciences at the College of Pharmacy.
Dr. Sease received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy in 2003. She then completed a primary care pharmacy practice residency at the William Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center in 2004.
Upon completion of her residency, Dr. Sease joined the faculty of her alma mater where she taught for five years and practiced within the primary care clinics of the Dorn VA. In 2009, she joined the faculty of the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy where she taught a variety of topics including evidence based medicine, anticoagulation, hypertension, dyslipidemia, and cirrhosis among others. While there, she developed a new clinical practice site delivering diabetes and anticoagulation management at the Good Shepherd Free Medical Clinic in Clinton, South Carolina, and then later provided clinical services and medical resident education at the Montgomery Center for Family Medicine in Greenwood, South Carolina.
In 2012, Dr. Sease was honored with the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy’s Teacher of the Year Award. From January 2013 until June 2019, Dr. Sease served as an administrator within the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy, eventually serving as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. She served in this capacity until returning to the University of South Carolina in July 2019 to begin her current role. As an administrator, Dr. Sease has experience overseeing various aspects of the professional program including assessment, accreditation, curriculum, experiential education, student progression, academic integrity, interprofessional education, and faculty development.
Dr. Sease is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist, a Certified Diabetes Educator, and a Board Certified Ambulatory Care Pharmacist. She has published numerous journal articles and book chapters. In 2014, she was elected a Fellow of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy and, in 2017, completed the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Academic Leadership Fellows Program.
Fox LM and Sease JM. Impact of co-curricular involvement on academic success of pharmacy students. Curr Pharm Teach Learn 2019;11(5):461-468.
Rudolph MJ, Lee KC, Assemi M, Bray BS, Daugherty KK, Karpen SC, Maerten-Rivera JL, Pavuluri N, Sease JM, Vellurattil RP, and Weck MA. Surveying the current landscape of assessment structures and resources in US schools and colleges of pharmacy. Curr Pharm Teach Learn 2019;11(2):117-128.
Lee KC, Rudolph MJ, Assemi M, Bray BS, Daugherty KK, Karpen SC, Maerten-Rivera JL, Pavuluri N, Sease JM, Vellurattil RP, and Weck MA. Factors associated with cultures of assessment at US schools and colleges of pharmacy. Curr Pharm Teach Learn 2019;11(2): 129-138.
Sease J. Diabetes Mellitus. In: Chisolm-Burns MA, Schwinghammer TL, Malone PM, Kolesar JM, Lee KC, and Bookstaver PB, eds. Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practice. 5th ed. New York: McGraw Hill, 2019:655-684.
Sease J and Eagerton D. Liver Cirrhosis and Complications. In: Sutton SS, ed. McGraw-Hill’s NAPLEX Review Guide. New York: McGraw Hill, 2019:388-395.
Gortney J, Rudolph MJ, Augustine JM, Sease JM, Bray B, Pavuluri N, and Wong SF. National treatments in the adoption of PCOA for student assessment and remediation. Am J Pharm Educ. 2018.
Pinelli NR, Sease JM, Nola K, Kyle JA, Heldenbrand SD, Penzak SR, and Ginsburg DB. The importance of authentic leadership to all generations represented within academic pharmacy. Am J Pharm Educ. 2018;82(6): 6694.
Sease JM and Clements JN. Portal Hypertension and Cirrhosis. In Dipiro JT, Talbert RL, Yee GC, et al., eds. Pharmacotherapy A Pathophysiologic Approach. 10th ed. New York: McGraw Hill, 2017:527-541.
Sease JM. Chronic Liver Disease: Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease and Cirrhosis. In: Dong BJ, Elliott DP, eds. Ambulatory Care Self-Assessment Program, 2015 Book 2: Women’s and Men’s Care. Lanexa, KS: American College of Clinical Pharmacy, 2015: 271-280.
Moore KG, Clements J, Sease J, and Anderson Z. The utility of clinical controversy debates in an ambulatory care elective. Curr Pharm Teach Learn. March-April 2015;7(2): 239-248.
Sease JM, Franklin MA, Gerrald KR. Impact of Pharmacist Management on Patients with Diabetes Enrolled in a Rural Free Clinic. Am J Health-Syst Pharm 2013;70:48-52.
McBane S, Trewet CB, Havican SN, Kiser K, Klingel C, Riche DM, Sease JM, Nau DP, Zillich AJ. Tenets for Developing Quality Measures for Ambulatory Clinical Pharmacy Services. Pharmacotherapy 2011;31(7):115e-134e.
Sease JM, Blake EW, Gowan M, Shealy KM. Evaluation of anticoagulation management and chronic disease state control in a pharmacist-run pharmacotherapy/anticoagulation clinic. J Pharm Technol 2011;27:3-8.
Blake, EW and Sease JM. Effect of Diabetes Medications on Cardiovascular Risk and Surrogate Markers in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes. J Pharm Technol 2009;25:24-36.
Sease J, Williams AM. Equivalent dosing of irbesartan, valsartan, and losartan identified through formulary switch at a Veterans Affairs medical center. Formulary 2008;43:14-20.
Sutton SS, Sease JM, Norris LB, Oppelt TF. Pneumonia Severity Index and Drug Selection in Predicting Length of Hospitalization. Drug Benefit Trends 2007;19(10):410-405.