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Eris Cani, PharmD

Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Practice

Eris Cani 2
  • Office: 2090 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd, 603a New York, NY 10027
  • Campus:
    Touro College of Pharmacy
  • Phone:
    (929) 333-8361
  • Email:
    eris.cani@touro.edu

Dr. Cani's practice site will be at Bronx Lebanon hospital in the Bronx.  

Education

Bachelors’ degree in Biochemistry, Temple University School of Science and Technology, PA; 2009
PharmD, Temple University, PA; 2014

Residencies:

Post Graduate Year 1 (PGY1) Einstein Medical Center in Pennsylvania
Post Graduate Year 2 (PGY2) Infectious Diseases at SUNY Downstate in Brooklyn

Clinical Specialty

Infectious Diseases

Research

Cani E, Sharma R, Moy S, Yager J. The Impact of Infectious Diseases Consultations on Multi-drug Resistant Gram-negative Infections.

Platform presentation at Infectious Diseases Society of America, IDWeek 2016, New Orleans, LA

Ocheretyaner E, Cani E, Moy S, Sharma R. Impact of a Pharmacist Driven Microbiological Culture Surveillance as Part of an Emergency Department Antimicrobial Stewardship Service. Poster abstract presentation at American College of Clinical Pharmacy Meeting 2016, Hollywood, FL

Cani E, DeLuca A, Knorr, J. Comparison of the Incidence of Acute Kidney Injury in Hospitalized Patients Receiving Vancomycin in Combination with Piperacillin/tazobactam or Cefepime.   Platform presentation at Eastern State Conference 2015, Hershey, PA

Cani E., Miraka, J, Patel K, Patel N, Gallagher J, Rose C. Evaluation of Protocol Adherence and Safety Monitoring of Methadone at Temple University Hospital.  Poster abstract presentation at American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting 2013, Orlando, FL  

Academic and Professional Honors

IDWeek 2016TM Program Committee Choice Award, New Orleans, LA
Rho Chi Honor Society, Temple University School of Pharmacy, Philadelphia PA, 2011-2014
National SMART Grant, Temple University School of Science and Technology, Philadelphia PA, 2008-2009
Harold Kohn Scholarship, Temple University School of Science and Technology, Philadelphia PA, 2005-2009

 

Professional Service

Dr. Cani is a member of the Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists and The American College of Clinical Pharmacy ID-PRN.
Home Cooked Heroes – Gift of Life Family House, Philadelphia PA, 2014

Publications

Presentations:

  • Drug-drug interactions with antiretroviral therapy – presented to physician assistant students.  SUNY Downstate Medical Center (SUNY DMC), July 2016
  • Introduction to antimicrobial therapy – presented to ID fellows, residents, and students.  SUNY DMC, June 2016
  • HIIV medication update – continuing education (CE) presented to pharmacists.  Long Island University, May 2016
  • Torch Infections – presented to pharmacy staff, residents and students.  SUNY DMC, April 2016
  • A review on septic joint infections – presented to pharmacy staff, residents and students. SUNY DMC, March 2016
  • Tenofovir alafenamide: Present and future – presented to HIV providers.  NYU Lutheran Medical Center, February 2016
  • Utilization of procalcitonin as a marker of infection – presented to pharmacy staff, residents and students.  SUNY DMC, December 2015
  • Sexually transmitted infections: Syphilis – presented to pharmacy staff, residents and students.  SUNY DMC, November 2015
  • Acute HIV syndrome – presented to pharmacy staff, residents and students. SUNY DMC, October 2015
  • A review of infective endocarditits – presented to pharmacy staff, residents and students.  SUNY DMC, September 2015
  • Management of chronic heart failure – presented to pharmacy staff, residents and students.  Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia (EMCP), June 2015
  • Treatment of overdose – presented to pharmacy staff, residents and students. EMCP, May 2015
  • Safety of OTC products in pre and post solid organ transplant – presented to pharmacy staff, residents and students.  EMCP, March 2015
  • The role of target specific oral anticoagulants in atrial fibrillation – presented to pharmacy staff, residents and students.  EMCP, February 2015
  • HAART – Review on NRTI, NNRTI, ISTI & CCR5 antagonists – presented to pharmacy staff, residents and students.  EMCP, January 2015
  • Transitions of care in acute coronary syndrome – presented to pharmacy staff, residents and students.  EMCP, December 2014
  • Fungal infections in the critically ill – presented to pharmacy staff, residents and students.  EMCP, October 2014
  • Treatment of hospital acquired pneumonia – presented to pharmacy staff, residents and students.  EMCP, September 2014
  • The role of DPP IV inhibitors in the management of diabetes mellitus type II – continuing education presented to pharmacy staff, residents and students.  EMCP, September 2014

Interests/Hobbies/Life Outside of Work

Exploring the city, attending social events, spending time with family and learning new languages.