College of Nursing
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
Dr. Steve St. Onge is a graduate of the Albany College of Pharmacy, receiving a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and a graduate of Endicott College receiving a MBA in Healthcare Management. He is board certified in pharmacotherapy from the American College of Clinical Pharmacology. After completing his PharmD training and post-graduate training, Dr. St. Onge held various positions in clinical pharmacy practice in the Intensive Care Unit at major academic medical centers focusing on the clinical education of both medical and pharmacy residents, while rounding with the ICU multidisciplinary team. Dr. St. Onge moved from full-time clinical practice into the pharmaceutical industry in 2015 to pursue a career in drug development. He now serves at the Head of Business Development for a small biotech company, focusing on the clinical development of antibiotics for the treatment of life-threatening infections and the acquisition of new compounds that are either already FDA approved or are currently in Phase 2/3 studies. Despite a new focus on drug development, Dr. St. Onge still remains active in clinical practice a few days per month and also holds a faculty appointment at Adventist Health University, teaching advanced pharmacology within the Doctorate Nurse Anesthetist and Family Nurse Practitioner programs. Dr. St. Onge has given dozens of continuing education presentations to healthcare providers of all disciplines on a local and regional level throughout his professional career. Dr. St. Onge's research interests include: septic shock, bleeding disorders, pain/agitation/delirium in the ICU and mechanisms of antibiotic resistance.