Collin E. Lee, Pharm.D, BCPS is currently the Assistant Director of Clinical and Educational Services at Emory Healthcare in Atlanta (2013 – current). Her responsibilities include clinical services, formulary management, and residency programs. Collin also serves as the Director of Emory University Hospital Midtown’s PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program and is an active preceptor for pharmacy students at Mercer University in the areas of Drug Information and Leadership. During her time as the Drug Information Pharmacist for Emory (2001-2013), she developed a passion for biostatistics and literature review and teaches these concepts to all the Atlanta-area Pharmacy Residents as Director of the Atlanta Pharmacy Resident Information Exchange (APRIE) Journal Club.
Collin obtained her Bachelors in Pharmacy from Purdue University(1992) and her Doctor of Pharmacy from The University of Florida (2009). Prior to her current position, she was a Critical Care and Infectious Disease Specialist at Northwestern University Hospital in Chicago (1992 – 2001) and conducted research projects with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). With GSHP, Collin currently serves as the Northeast Metro District Director and is a member of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.
Collin is a devoted basketball fan and has spent many years coaching girls AAU and High School feeder-basketball teams in North Georgia. She also enjoys any activity (go-karting, zip-lining, hitting golf balls) which keeps her connected to her 17 year old son (Eric) and prevents him from referring to her as a “crazy old bat”!