Megan J. Ehret, PharmD, MS, BCPP

Associate Professor, Pharmacy Practice (Affiliate)

Research Overview

My current research interests include medication adherence and metabolic syndrome in both community and correctional settings. I am currently working on determining the prevalence of metabolic syndrome in a correctional setting, determining factors which influence medication adherence in a Corrections Population with bipolar disorder, determination of useful polymorphisms in determining lithium response via meta-analysis, and determining prevalence of metabolic syndrome in a state medicaid population. Previous work has included: determining effectiveness of a pharmacist on recommendations made for treatment of bipolar disorder and serotonin receptor polymorphisms in determining antidepressant responsiveness.


University of Toledo: BS in Pharmacy Sciences and Minor in Chemistry
University of Toledo: PharmD
Louis Stokes VAMC: Psychiatry Pharmacy Residency
Nova Southeastern University: Psychopharmacology and Pharmcogenomics Fellowship
University of Connecticut Health Center: Master’s in Clinical and Translational Research

Recent Publications

Contact Information
Mailing AddressSchool of Pharmacy
69 North Eagleville Road, Unit 3092
(Pharmacy-Biology Building, PBB)
Storrs, CT 06269-3092