Dr. Charles Peloquin

Charles Peloquin, Pharm.D.
Professor
Department of Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research
OFFICE: HSC P4-33
EMAIL: peloquin@cop.ufl.edu
PHONE: 352-273-6266

Dr. Peloquin’s Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • Pharm.D., Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science
  • B.S. in Pharmacy, University of Connecticut

Biographical Sketch

Prior to coming to the University of Florida, Peloquin completed a hospital pharmacy residency at Duke University Medical Center, where he also served on the clinical staff.  Peloquin completed a fellowship in Infectious Diseases and Pharmacokinetics at the Clinical Pharmacokinetics Laboratory, Millard Fillmore Hospital, Buffalo, N.Y.  For 20 years, he was the Director of the Infectious Disease Pharmacokinetics Laboratory (IDPL) at National Jewish Medical and Research Center, Denver, CO.  He now serves as Professor of Pharmacy and Medicine at UF, where the IDPL is now located.  Peloquin and his lab are part of the UF Emerging Pathogens Institute.  He also is a consultant to the FDA and CDC.

Affiliations

  • American College of Clinical Pharmacy
  • American Society of Microbiology
  • Society of Infectious Disease Pharmacists
  • International Society of Antimicrobial Pharmacology

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Peloquin’s laboratory serves as a national reference center for the determination of serum concentrations for the antimycobacterial, antifungal, and anti-HIV drugs, as well as linezolid. His research efforts focus on therapeutic drug monitoring and clinical trials for patients with advanced mycobacterial diseases.

Publications

Dr. Charles Peloquin has over 200 peer reviewed publications.

For a complete list of Dr. Peloquin’s publications please follow the link to Dr. Peloquin’s RSS feed via  PubMed.

Updating the approaches to define susceptibility and resistance to anti-tuberculosis agents: implications for diagnosis and treatment

Practices of therapeutic drug monitoring in tuberculosis: an international survey

High-dose rifampin improves bactericidal activity without increased intracerebral inflammation in animal models of tuberculous meningitis

If there are any of Dr. Peloquin’s publications that you can not get via PubMed please send an e-mail to Dr. Peloquin directly at peloquin@cop.ufl.edu to request a PDF copy of a paper.