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Kalin Clifford

Kalin Clifford, Post-Graduate Year 2

  • Assistant Professor
Office Phone: 214-358-9040
Mail Address: 4500 S Lancaster Rd Bldg 7
Dallas TX 75216-7167


Dr. Clifford is an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Division of Geriatrics at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy in Dallas, Texas. His current practice site is within the North Texas Veterans Affairs Hospital within the Community Living Center (CLC-A), a sub-acute rehab facility. Dr. Clifford also precepts students on the required Geriatric Clerkship rotation during their Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPE) year. Prior to beginning his career at Texas Tech, Dr. Clifford received his degree from Butler University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Indianapolis, Indiana in 2011. He also completed a PGY-1 in Pharmacy Practice from Columbus Regional Hospital in Columbus, Indiana in 2012 and a PGY-2 in Geriatric Pharmacy Practice from the University of Maryland, School of Pharmacy in Baltimore, Maryland in 2013. He also became a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist in 2014.

Research Interests

Geriatrics, Geriatric Internal Medicine, Geriatric Infectious Diseases, Health Outcomes

Selected Publications:

  • Clifford K, Duncan N, Heinrich K, Shaw J. Updates on Managing Generalized Anxiety Disorder in Older Adults. Journal of Gerontological Nursing 2015;41(4):10-20.
  • Clifford K. Use of an interactive trivia game to increase knowledge and awareness of appropriate antibiotic use in community-dwelling older adults. The Consultant Pharmacist 2014;29(11):726-34.
  • Clifford K, Pandit NS, Agness CF. Using trivia game to increase knowledge and awareness of appropriate antibiotic use: a pilot survey for community-dwelling geriatric participants. The Consultant Pharmacist 2013;28(10):648.
  • Ogbanna KC, Clifford K. Moving Beyond Warfarin-Are We Ready? A review of the efficacy and safety of novel anticoagulant agents compared to warfarin for the management of atrial fibrillation in older adults. Journal of Gerontological Nursing 2013;39(7):8-17.
  • Clifford K. Anticoagulants in the geriatric population. The Lobbyist 2013;2(1).