Dr. Jason Pogue is an infectious diseases clinical pharmacist at Sinai-Grace Hospital in Detroit, MI. He also serves as an assistant clinical professor of medicine at the Wayne State University School of Medicine. He furthermore serves as an adjunct professor for multiple pharmacy schools where he trains fourth year pharmacy students on their clinical rotations in infectious diseases and antimicrobial stewardship.
Dr. Pogue received a bachelor degree in Chemistry from Gannon University in Erie, Pennsylvania, before obtaining his doctor of pharmacy degree from the University of Pittsburgh. He then completed a PGY-1 residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, after which he obtained his PGY-2 ID training at the University of Michigan Health Systems. His research interests focus on epidemiology and treatment of multi-drug resistant Gram-negative organisms, and antimicrobial stewardship and he has co-authored over 60 peer reviewed articles, over 75 abstracts and multiple book chapters in these areas.
Dr. Pogue is a recognized leader in Gram-negative resistance and antimicrobial stewardship and has presented research or has been an invited lecturer at many national and international conferences. Dr. Pogue was recently invited to become an advisor for USCAST, an organization that looks to standardize antimicrobial susceptibility breakpoints in the United States. He also serves as the clinical pharmacy coordinator for two National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded international studies targeting strategies to optimize polymyxin usage.