Kirk Evoy

Clinical Assistant Professor
The University of Texas College of Pharmacy and University of Texas Health San Antonio School of Medicine

“I loved so many things about my time at Purdue, but if I had to narrow it to one thing that I appreciate most, it was the people I met. It was at Purdue where I met so many of my best friends, but also so many great faculty members who offered mentorship, served as models for the type of professor I strive to become, and provided opportunities that set me on a path towards a successful career.”
  • PharmD 2013, Purdue University
Career Highlights
  • Received multiple teaching awards at UT, including Faculty Mentor of the Year, Ambulatory Care Preceptor of the Year and Preceptor of the Year
  • Published nearly 30 papers, including a recent publication in JAMA
  • Received the 2018 ASHP Foundation Drug Therapy Literature Research Award, given to a single pharmacist nationally
  • Principal Investigator or Co-Investigator on 7 grants totaling more than $2.6 million
  • Volunteers for several public health initiatives, including leading the pharmacy component of a free clinic at a local homeless shelter and training non-medical community members to provide life-saving interventions

Kirk Evoy graduated from the Purdue University College of Pharmacy in 2013 and went on to complete a PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics and a PGY2 Ambulatory Care Residency at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in South Bend, Indiana.

Following residency, Dr. Evoy accepted a position as a Clinical Assistant Professor at The University of Texas College of Pharmacy and University of Texas Health San Antonio School of Medicine. Dr. Evoy is also an Ambulatory Care Pharmacist with the University Health System in San Antonio. He is board certified as an Ambulatory Care Pharmacist, Advanced Diabetes Manager, and Tobacco Treatment Specialist.

Dr. Evoy comes from a family of Boilermakers. Both of his parents and both of his sisters graduated from Purdue, as well as several uncles, including one who is also a College of Pharmacy alum. Even after relocating to Texas, Kirk rarely misses a Purdue basketball game and makes it a point to see at least one game in person every year.