Danielle Nagy is a third year PhD student at the University of Alberta in the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) at the University of Alberta in 2020. Under the supervision of Dr. Scot Simpson, her thesis research is focused on uncovering inequities in processes of care during the management of type 2 diabetes across the rural-urban continuum. Her research is funded by the Endowed Chair in Patient Health Management, jointly held by the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Alberta. In addition to her scholarly work, Danielle also holds several teaching assistantships in undergraduate PharmD courses and has co-developed a graduate-level course on foundational knowledge in health services research.
Danielle practices part-time as a community pharmacist in Edmonton and is a Continuing Competence Program Assessor with the Alberta College of Pharmacy.
Award winning paper: Rural residence is associated with a delayed trend away from sulfonylurea use for treatment intensification of type 2 diabetes. [Diabetes Care 2023]