John Holmes PharmD, BCPS
Title: PPRA Assistant Research Professor
Telephone: (208) 282-5391

Dr. Holmes is an Assistant Research Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Family Medicine at Idaho State University.  Dr. Holmes graduated form Idaho State University in 2007 with his Doctor of Pharmacy degree.  He completed a one-year ambulatory care residency in 2008 at the Veterans Affairs Community Based Outpatient Clinic in Pocatello, Idaho.  He then completed a one-year Pharmacotherapy Residency at Pocatello Family Medicine and a two-year Clinical Research Fellowship at the Idaho State University Department of Family Medicine.  He is currently working towards a Master of Public Health degree. 

Dr. Holmes has served as a sub-investigator on several industry and National Institutes of Health sponsored studies conducted at the ISU Family Medicine Clinical Research Center.  His research interests include pharmacoepidemiology, quality improvement, and access to healthcare for rural residents.  Dr. Holmes provides clinical pharmacy and quality improvement support to the Health West ISU clinic, a training site for medical and pharmacy residents at Idaho State University. He teaches and mentors family medicine and pharmacotherapy residents, physician assistant students and pharmacy students on a broad spectrum of pharmacotherapy and quality improvement topics.