Associate Professor, Pharmacy Practice and Administration
Areas of Interest: Ambulatory Care
Office:WEGPHR 235
Phone:(585) 385-3704
Shawn Fellows

Critical Care Residency, Christiana Care Health System (Wilmington, DE)
Pharm.D., Ohio Northern University

Dr. Fellows received his Pharm.D. from Ohio Northern University in 2009. After graduation, Fellows completed a PGY-1 residency at St. Rita’s Medical Center in Lima, Ohio and a PGY-2 critical care residency with an emphasis on emergency medicine at Christiana Care Health System in Newark, Delaware. Upon completion of his second residency, he began work as a clinical pharmacist in emergency medicine at Christiana Hospital. During his time in the emergency department, he focused on reducing hospital length of stay and readmissions as part of an interdisciplinary admission team. He also served as an APPE preceptor for several schools of pharmacy and guest lectured for Arcadia University’s physician assistant program.

In the summer of 2014, Fellows joined the Wegmans School of Pharmacy faculty and began working with patients in an outpatient setting at Anthony Jordan Health Center.

Dr. Fellows’ research interests include student well-being and pharmacist’s impact on improving patient outcomes. His primary professional focus is advocacy for the evolution of pharmacy services to better support patients and health-systems. 


  • “The prevalence of gender stereotypes in pharmacy student simulated counseling sessions utilizing standardized patients,” Currents Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 2023, Co-authored with Kelly Conn, Thomas Maciulewicz, Vishwa Patel. 

  • “Gastrointestinal,” Palliative and Serious Illness Patient Management for Physician Assistants, 2021, Co-authored with Nicholas Polito, L Dessanti-Siska.

  • “A review of the food and drug administration adverse event reporting system for tramadol related hypoglycemia,” Ann Pharmacotherapy 2020, Co-authored with Kathryn Juba, Robbert VanManen. 

  • “Variation between point-of-care and laboratory HbA1c testing in clinical practice,” Puerto Rico Health Sciences Journal 2019, Co-authored with Gabriella Cipriano.

  • “The role of the pharmacist in addressing the opioid crisis,” Albany Government Law Review 2018, Co-authored with Karl Williams, and Luke Sanna.