Dr. Christina Madison

Dr. Madison is an Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice with Roseman University of Health Sciences (RU) formerly the University of Southern Nevada (USN) College of Pharmacy, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine with the University of Nevada Reno, School of Medicine, and an Adjunct Associate Professor of Internal Medicine with Roseman University College of Medicine.

She received her Doctor of Pharmacy from USN – College of Pharmacy and completed a pharmacy practice residency at the New Mexico VA Health Care System. She maintains two active practice site at Huntridge Family Clinic, which is a large LGTBQ population and offers the largest HIV prevention and gender affirming care services in the State of Nevada and Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada where she offers immunization and communicable disease care.

Dr. Madison is an immunizing pharmacist that has been training student pharmacists, hospital pharmacists, and community pharmacists since 2008 in both Nevada and Utah. Dr. Madison is the past president of the Nevada Public Health Association and actively participates in both state and national pharmacy organizations to facilitate awareness of health policy, education, and advocacy.

Her research interests include HIV prevention, education, and treatment, Pharmacy Based Immunization Delivery, Sexually Transmitted Infections, LGBTQ health, Gender Affirming Care and Transgender Care.