Dr. Matusik received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Connecticut and completed a PGY-1 Clinical Pharmacy Residency at St. Joseph’s/Candler Health System in Savannah, Georgia.
Dr. Matusik comes to University of Saint Joseph from Waterbury Hospital, a mid-sized community and teaching hospital where she was the Clinical Pharmacy Manager and Program Director for the PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency Program. In this role Dr. Matusik also held academic appointments as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Pharmacy at the University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy and as Adjunct Instructor at the University of Saint Joseph School of Pharmacy.
Dr. Matusik maintains active memberships in the American Society of Health Systems Pharmacists and serves on the Board of the Connecticut Pharmacists Association. She is Board Certified in Pharmacotherapy, and received the Connecticut Pharmacists Association’s Distinguished Young Pharmacist award in 2010. Dr. Matusik’s current practice interest includes acute care clinical pharmacy practice with scholarly interest in anticoagulation.
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