Meet Jesse Cramer, PharmD

"My goal as a clinical instructor is to help students develop critical thinking skills needed to approach any unique pediatric patient case. I believe that by incorporating real-world cases into the classroom, students can discover how their specialized knowledge of medications can be an asset to the care team and contribute to optimal patient care."

Jesse Cramer

Jesse Cramer, PharmD

Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Clinical Sciences





Jesse Cramer, PharmD joined the Medical College of Wisconsin Pharmacy School in February 2017 as a Clinical Assistant Professor. Dr. Cramer is the Drug Information Pharmacist and an ICU pharmacist at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. He received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Wisconsin Madison in May 2012. He completed a non-traditional PGY-1 at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin after graduation. His roll at the Pharmacy School includes developing content for the Special Populations course’s section on pediatrics, assisting in drug informatics related labs, and precepting pharmacy students during experiential rotations at Children’s Hospital.

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  Education and Training

Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) - University of Wisconsin-Madison


Non-traditional Post Graduate Year One (PGY1) Pharmacy Practice Residency - Children's Hospital of Wisconsin





Registered Pharmacist - State of Wisconsin

  Research Interests
  • Pediatric Drug delivery
  • Pediatric pain management
  • Novel uses of adult medications in the pediatric setting