PGY1/2 Pharmacotherapy Residents

Allison Fabick, PharmD, MBA

PGY1 Pharmacotherapy Resident

Allison Fabick

Education

Pharmacy Education: Medical University of South Carolina
Previous Education: BS Biology, Clemson University

Hometown

Vero Beach, Florida

Professional Interests

Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine

Research

PGY1: A Comparison of Extravasation Events Related to the Administration of Vasoactive Medications via a Peripheral Intravenous Line Versus Central Venous Catheters

Involvement

Pharmacy Residency Recruitment Committee

Outside of Pharmacy

I enjoy cooking and trying new restaurants, shopping, getting outdoors, and walking my two dogs, Dudley and Bo. A fun fact about myself is that I lived in the same apartment complex as the cast from Outer Banks but I recently bought a house!

Why MUSC

Having stepped directly into a residency from my previous role as a student at MUSC, the same principles that brought me to this great institution further incited my decision to stay. From decades of vetted precepting to hands-on mentorship, MUSC offers a foundation that emphasizes a true investment in their pharmacists, both personally and professionally. Alongside an impressive residency class, I am ecstatic to take advantage of the vast opportunities provided to me in a collaborative environment that is highly reliant on pharmacy involvement. I feel very fortunate to continue to develop my clinical skills at MUSC!

Email Dr. Fabick at fabick@musc.edu
#TwitteRx @AllyCPharmD


Cassandra Carter, PharmD

PGY2 Pharmacotherapy Resident

Cassandra Carter

Education

PGY1: MUSC Health
Pharmacy Education: Medical University of South Carolina
Previous Education: BS Chemistry, Virginia Commonwealth University

Hometown

Stuart, Virginia

Professional Interests

Emergency Medicine, Critical Care

Research

PGY2: Efficacy and safety of direct oral anticoagulants in patients weighing less than 60 kilograms
PGY1: Clinical utility of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) nasal surveillance cultures in intra-abdominal infection

Involvement

Pharmacy Residency Philanthropy Committee Pharmacy Residency Wellness Committee

Outside of Pharmacy

I enjoy traveling, paddle-boarding, and walking my dog. A fun fact about myself is that I taught my cat how to sit, shake, and play fetch!

Why MUSC

I chose MUSC because of the opportunity to learn from so many prestigious mentors in diverse areas of pharmacy. I wanted a program that would challenge me with different projects, presentations, and other things outside of rotation that would strengthen my knowledge. I love Pharmacotherapy because of the ability to learn about a broad array of disease states and for my supportive pharmaco-family!

Email Dr. Carter at tatumc@musc.edu
#TwitteRx @CTCPharmD