Robert DiGregorio joined the ranks of The Brooklyn Hospital Center in December of 2003, after spending over eleven years at The Brookdale University Hospital & Medical Center. Prior to that, he was a staff pharmacist at the Medical College of Virginia Hospitals in Richmond, Virginia and a research pharmacist for BioClin, Inc. Dr. DiGregorio maintains a full-time teaching position as Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Long Island University’s Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy. A graduate of St. John’s University (BS in Pharmaceutical Sciences) and Virginia Commonwealth University’s Medical College of Virginia (Doctor of Pharmacy), Dr. DiGregorio’s position at The Brooklyn Hospital Center is Director of Pharmacotherapy Services.
Kathleen Minlionica became the Director of Pharmacy Services at The Brooklyn Hospital Center in June 2007. Previously, Dr. Minlionica was the Associate Director of Pharmacy Services at Mercy Medical Center in Rockville Centre, N.Y. (2002-2007) and Supervising Pharmacist and Staff Pharmacist at Long Beach Medical Center in Long Beach, NY (1977-2002). Dr. Minlionica obtained her BS in Pharmacy (1976) and Doctor of Pharmacy (2002) from St John’s University in Jamaica New York.
Evangelina Berrios-Colon received her Doctor of Pharmacy from the Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy & Heath Sciences. She completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency at The Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center. She is currently pursuing her Masters in Public Health, with a focus on Community Health Sciences at SUNY Downstate Medical Center. Dr. Berrios-Colon is presently a Clinical Coordinator in Ambulatory Care Pharmacotherapy at the Brooklyn Hospital Center were she also serves as Director of the Primary Care residency program. Dr. Berrios-Colon also holds an appointment as an adjunct Associate Professor for the Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy. She is a Certified Anticoagulation Care Provider (CACP) and a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist (BCPS).
Dr. Boris Nogid has joined the ranks of the Pharmacotherapy Division of The Brooklyn Hospital Center in July of 2004, after successful completion of Infectious Diseases Pharmacotherapy Residency at the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. Dr. Nogid has graduated from the neighboring Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy (both B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences and Doctor of Pharmacy) of Long Island University. Upon graduation he has joined the staff of Memorial Hospital at York, PA as a clinical pharmacist. It was during the beginning of his pharmacy career that he developed passion for treating Infectious Diseases.
Evangelia Davanos joined The Brooklyn Hospital Center in July 2008 as a Clinical Coordinator of Pharmacotherapy and has been working within the medical intensive unit since then. She is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at the Arnold & Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at Long Island University and an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Lienhard School of Nursing at Pace University. She precepts pharmacy students in internal medicine advanced pharmacy practice experiences and pharmacy residents in critical care, internal medicine and nutrition support. In addition, Dr. Davanos coordinates the Nutrition Support Team Consult service for The Brooklyn Hospital Center.
Dr. William R. Vincent III joined The Brooklyn Hospital Center in September 2008 as a Clinical Pharmacy Educator in Critical Care and Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice at the Arnold & Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Long Island University. He precepts pharmacy students in acute care introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences and residents in surgical critical care and internal medicine.
Dr. Cha is currently an assistant professor of pharmacy practice at the Arnold & Marie Schwartz, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Long Island University and Clinical Pharmacy Educator in Ambulatory Care at The Brooklyn Hospital Center. Dr. Cha precepts student pharmacists and residents rotating through their ambulatory care clerkship in the PATH Center.
Dr. Agnes Chou is a Clinical Coordinator in Ambulatory Care and Pediatrics. She is also an Assistant Clinical Professor at Long Island University’s Arnold & Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy. Her primary practice sites are shared between the general pediatric unit at The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBHC), Family Medicine Health Center, and Williamsburg Family Health Center. At the Family Medicine Health Center and Williamsburg Family Health Center, patients are referred to Dr. Chou for management of anticoagulation, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, smoking cessation, and asthma counseling. She is also a preceptor to the pharmacy residents and Pharm.D. students in these specialties.
Dr. Karina Muzykovsky is a Pharmacotherapy Specialist in Critical Care in the Division of Pharmacotherapy. She is primarily responsible for precepting residents in the medical Intensive Care Unit. Dr. Muzykovsky earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the Arnold & Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences of Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY. After her graduation from the college, Dr. Muzykovsky a PGY-1 residency at TBHC and her second year (PGY-2) post-graduate pharmacy residency training at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY in critical care pharmacotherapy and graduat
Mr. Lance Goodman has been an Assistant Director for Operations at The Brooklyn Hospital Center since 2003. In this role, he is responsible for ensuring that all aspects of the department’s operations are working to optimize patient care and delivery of medications. In addition to his role in the operation of the department, he also serves as the IT person for the department. He is credited with implementing several important programs at TBHC, including IV admixture programs and Pediatric and Neonatal compounding. He is also responsible for orienting residents to the operations of the department and training them on computer applications.
Ms. Denise Liu is the Assistant Director for Performance Improvement at the Brooklyn Hospital Center. She is responsible for the development, implementation, and maintenance of all performance improvement, quality management, and medication use activities of the Department. She assists in teaching Pharmacy residents for their longitudinal Pharmacy Practice Management Experience. She also serves a preceptor for Long Island University’s Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience program.
Ms. Liu obtained her BS in Pharmacy (1995) and MS in Pharmacotherapeutics (2001) from Long Island University. Before joining TBHC, she was the Clinical Coordinator at Long Island College Hospital and Staff Pharmacist at New York Presbyterian Hospital.
Dr. Adewale Omoloju is currently the Clinical Pharmacy Manager in the department of pharmacy with responsibilities including overseeing daily pharmacy affairs such as problem order resolution, pharmacists’ training and customer relations. Dr. Omoloju received his BS in Biology from Long Island University and his Pharm.D from the Arnold & Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. He worked as a pharmacy intern at Walgreen’s Pharmacy and at The Brooklyn Hospital Center while completing his Pharm.D, and went on to complete post graduate residency training at The Brooklyn Hospital Center.ShareThis