Dr. Kevin Sneed named into Distinguished Fellowship of the National Academies of Practice in Pharmacy

USF Health’s Dean of Pharmacy Kevin Sneed, PharmD, was recently elected Distinguished Fellowship by the National Academies of Practice in Pharmacy.

Dr. Sneed, who is dean of the USF College of Pharmacy and senior associate vice president for USF Health, will be inducted and receive his fellowship medallion at the group’s annual meeting in March.

In the letter notifying Dr. Sneed of the appointment, it was noted that he is “recognized as a leader in your profession and your colleagues in other academies of NAP recognize your ability to help establish and lead your new academy in days to come.”

The NAP was founded in 1981 to advise governmental bodies on the health care system and includes practitioners, scholars and public policy advocates from 14 health care professions, which allows public policy makers the ability to hear health care policy advice from an interdisciplinary perspective.

Dr. Sneed was elected to the Distinguished Fellowship by peers from NAP’s 14 health professions.