Evan Mulvihill, PharmD

Assistant Professor, Physician Assistant


Evan Mulvihill (he/him) is an Adjunct Assistant Professor for the Joint Masters of Science in Physician Assistant Studies/Masters of Public Health Program. He is also the Emergency Department Clinical Pharmacist Specialist at Providence Queen of the Valley Medical Center in Napa, CA. He completed his Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree at the University of California, San Diego and stayed in San Diego for his 1st year pharmacy residency at Sharp Healthcare. He completed a post-graduate year two specialty residency in Emergency Medicine at Sharp Healthcare in San Diego and went on to establish the ED service at the Queen directly afterward. Evan is passionate about Emergency Medicine, Infectious Diseases, Critical Care, Cardiology, Neurology, Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine, and he is glad that the ED gives him a flexible place to keep learning and expanding his practice in a wide array of medical subfields. Strengths of the ED service at the Queen include bedside care for all critically ill patients, medication reconciliation for all admitted patients with a focus on high-risk medications, and culture result follow-up. In his spare time, Evan is not-so-secretly a massive "word nerd." He enjoys creating crossword puzzles and has had 2 puzzles published in major newspapers including the Wall Street Journal.


  • Doctor of Pharmacy degree completed May 2018, University of California, San Diego in San Diego, CA
  • Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry/English completed May 2009, Cornell University in Ithaca, NY 

Recent Publications

1. Blumenthal J, Jain S, Mulvihill E, Sun X, Hanashiro M, Ellorin E, Graber S, Haubrich R, Morris SR. Perceived versus calculated HIV risk: Implications for Pre-exposure prophylaxis uptake in a randomized trial of men who have sex with men [published online ahead of print, October 29, 2018] JAIDS. doi:10.1097/QAI.0000000000001888

Memberships and Affiliations

ACCP, EMED & PRN member

Teaching Responsibilities

Clinical Microbiology and Applied Pharmacology, Principles of Pharmacology