McIntyre named associate dean for clinical programs
Dr. William J. McIntyre has been named associate dean for clinical programs and clinical professor at The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy effective June 1.
Before assuming the UT position, McIntyre served as center director for the Area Health Education Center - Southwest at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Texarkana, Ark. At UT Austin, he fills the position formerly held by Dr. M. Lynn Crismon who now serves as dean of the UT College of Pharmacy.
"I am delighted to welcome Bill McIntyre back to our college family," said Dean Crismon. "Dr. McIntye brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the College of Pharmacy. His experiences in supervising other health care professionals in his role as AHEC director will be invaluable as he fosters relationships for the college with important health care partners. His knowledge and skills with community engagement will allow us to pursue important collaborations. I am excited that Bill will be joining the college and completing our senior leadership team."
Prior to his association with the University of Arkansas, McIntyre was the first assistant dean for the UT Cooperative Pharmacy Program at UT-Pan American University. He later served UTPA as dean of the College of Health Sciences and Human Services.
He earned his B.S. in pharmacy (1982) and his Pharm.D. (1988) from Wayne State University in Detroit, Mich. He completed a pharmacy residency at Providence Hospital in Southfield, Mich. (1982-83), a clinical residency at the University of Kentucky Medical Center (1987-1989), and a fellowship in cancer immunology from the UT Austin College of Pharmacy and University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio (1991-1993).
In his new position, McIntyre will provide leadership for clinical and pharmacy practice program development, post-Pharm.D. clinical training programs, and the Pharm.D. experiential program. In addition, he will serve as the administrative liaison to the cooperative pharmacy programs with UTPA and the University of Texas at El Paso. He will also serve as a critical administrative liaison in interactions with other academic health units on the UT Austin, UTHSCSA, and UT Southwestern campuses as well as with major health care provider institutions.