Dr. Mark T. McIntyre Jr., Pharm.D, ACPR

Dr. Mark T. McIntyre Jr., Pharm.D, ACPR

Pharmacotherapy Specialist, Antimicrobial Stewardship Program
 
University Health Network
Adjunct Lecturer, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy
University of Toronto

mark.mcintyre@uhn.ca
T: 416.340.4800 x 5583

Dr. McIntyre received his Doctorate of Pharmacy degree from Rutgers University in New Jersey.  A native Virginian and New Jersey transplant, Mark immigrated to Canada in 2005 to continue work in community pharmacy.  After a great experience in rural Ontario, he applied for, and was fortunate enough to get, a residency at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto.  Post residency training, Mark spent his time specializing in Emergency and Critical Care.  It was here that he crossed paths with Antimicrobial Stewardship.

Dr. McIntyre truly believes the proper and appropriate use of antimicrobials is the calling of this generation of healthcare providers.  He has spent much of his time in the Emergency Department educating students and other professionals on the judicious use of our most precious resource.  He is a tireless and multiple award-winning teacher and looks forward to more opportunities to promote stewardship principles to students for years to come.

His current research and clinical interests include quality and change management, the role of personality in decision making and the abolition of inappropriate prescribing for community-acquired viral infections.  He lives with his wife and sons in Toronto.