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Michael W. Nagy, PharmD

Michael Nagy, PharmD

Michael W. Nagy, PharmD

Assistant Professor Department of Clinical Sciences


  • MCW Pharmacy School
    HRC H2600

Contact Information


PharmD, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy, Madison, WI
BS, Chemistry, Biology Minor, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, School of Science and Engineering, Minneapolis, MN
Post Graduate Year One (PGY-1) Pharmacy Practice Residency, Ambulatory Care Focus, William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital
Post Graduate Year Two (PGY-2) Pharmacy Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency, William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital


Basic Life Support, American Heart Association
Teaching Certificate, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Physical Assessment for Pharmacists, Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin
Comprehensive Diabetes Management, University of Pittsburgh
Immunization Delivery Certification, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Registered Pharmacist: Wisconsin


Michael W. Nagy, PharmD, started as an Assistant Professor at MCW School of Pharmacy in July 2018. He received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree (PharmD) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy. Dr. Nagy completed two years of post-graduate residency training at the William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin focusing his training in ambulatory care. During his residency, Dr. Nagy served as coordinator and preceptor for the Veterans Affairs Learning Opportunities Residency (VALOR) Program, Clinical Instructor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy, and completed the teaching certificate program at the University of Wisconsin. His research focused on an innovative extended INR follow-up interval study for anticoagulation management as well as piloting a pharmacist-led hypogonadism management service. Dr. Nagy’s professional passion lies within the education and mentoring pharmacy students and providing quality and compassionate care to patients.

Research Interests

  • Pharmacy educational techniques
  • Population health
  • Primary care
  • Ambulatory care
  • Geriatrics
  • Endocrinology
  • Cardiology
  • Anticoagulation


My overarching goal as an academic pharmacist is to foster life-long learning so students can become self-sufficient and carry on improving clinically long after assigning the final grade. To help achieve my goal, I follow five guiding principles: (1) build learner confidence through a multi-modal approach; (2) promote a positive feedback culture; (3) connect smaller concepts with the bigger picture; (4) develop complementary learning activities; (5) provide effective feedback and accurate assessments.

Michael W. Nagy, PharmD