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Brett Rollins, PharmD

Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Practice

Brett Rollins 2
  • Office: 2090 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd, 603a New York, NY 10027
  • Campus:
    Touro College of Pharmacy
  • Phone:
    929.333.8357
  • Email:
    brett.rollins2@touro.edu

Dr. Rollins practices at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City as the advanced heart therapy and transplant clinical pharmacist.  He completed his pharmacy practice residency at the Columbia and Cornell University Medical Campuses of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.  Dr. Rollins further specialized in solid organ transplantation during his second post-graduate year training at The Mount Sinai Hospital.  

Education

PharmD, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Massachusetts, 2014
Master of Science and Bachelor of Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2010 and 2004

Residencies:

Post Graduate Year 1 (PGY1) New York-Presbyterian Hospital
Post Graduate Year 2 (PGY2) Solid Organ Transplantation at Mount Sinai Hospital

Clinical Specialty

Solid Organ Transplant

Teaching responsibilities

  • Advanced Pathophysiology and Pharmacotherapeutics 688 
  • Pharmacokinetics 635
  • Oncology Elective 640

Publications

  • V. Nair, R. Khaim, F. El-Salem, R. Kent, S. Lerner, A. Berger, L. Miko, B. Rollins, et al.Hepatitis C and HIV kidney transplantation: the Mount Sinai experience.  Clinical Transplants Chapter 7.  2015.
  • Rollins B, Silva M, Donovan J, Kanaan A. Evaluation of oral anticoagulants for the extended treatment of venous thromboembolism using a mixed-treatment comparison, meta-analytic approach. Clinical Therapeutics. August 2014.
  • Rollins B, Lee D, Silva M.  Evaluation of insulin dosage preparation and administration with prefilled pens versus syringes. Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Research. November 2013.
  • Rollins B, Garcia-Caballero A, Stutts M, et al.SPLUNC1 expression reduces surface levels of the epithelial sodium channel (ENaC) in Xenopus laevis oocytes. Channels. July 2010.

Presentations:

  • Medication Considerations in Heart Failure and Transplant Patients. Mount Sinai Hospital Advanced Heart Disease Conference. 2017
  • The impact of ritonavir-boosted protease inhibitors and non-depleting antibody induction on outcomes in HIV-infected kidney transplant recipients.  American Transplantation Congress. 2016.
  • Respiratory viral panel’s impact on antibiotic use in adult patients admitted with a respiratory illness.  Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy International Congress. 2015.