Nicole Davis

Nicole Davis, PharmD, BCCCP

Assistant Professor

Department of Pharmacy Practice

Touro College of Pharmacy


Dr. Nicole Davis, originally born and raised in Honea Path, South Carolina, graduated from the South Carolina College of Pharmacy in 2016. After moving to New York City for residency, she loved it so much she wanted to stay and was able to stay with Touro College of Pharmacy as faculty after completing her PGY-2. Dr. Davis is very excited to be a part of Touro College of Pharmacy as well as with The Mount Sinai Hospital as a critical care specialist. Her interests include neurocritical care, medical ICU, as well as advanced emergency life support.

Clinical Specialty

  • Critical Care


  • PharmD, South Carolina College of Pharmacy, Columbia, SC; 2016
  • PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency – The Mount Sinai Hospital
  • PGY-2 Critical Care Pharmacy Residency – Touro College of Pharmacy/The Mount Sinai Hospital


  • Twice versus thrice daily unfractionated heparin for venous thromboembolism prophylaxis in critically ill patients
  • Delay in initiating prophylactic fluoroquinolones post autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation from Day 0 to neutropenia
  • Direct financial costs from pharmacy students’ pursuit of postgraduate residency training

Recent Presentations

  • “Athos-3” - Practice Changing Papers Session; Presented to the 2018 NYSCHP Annual Assembly
  • “Vasopressin Cost Updates” - MUE and Cost Savings Initiative; Presented to the Institute of Critical Care Medicine
  • “Simplified Severe Sepsis Protocol” - SCCM Journal Club; Presented to SCCM journal club registrants
  •  “The Great Fluids Conundrum” - Grand Rounds Presentation; Presented to the clinical pharmacy staff, Mount Sinai Hospital
  • “Stress Ulcer Prophylaxis in 2017: Is It Time to Re-Evaluate?” - Clinical Pearl; Presented to attendees of the 2017 NYSCHP Critical Care Symposium
  • “Exploring the update to the neuromuscular blocker guidelines” - Grand Rounds Presentation; Presented to the clinical pharmacy staff, Mount Sinai Hospital
  • “Delirium in the ED”  - Inservice Education; Presented to emergency department physicians, nurses, pharmacists, social workers, and nursing aides
  •  “Statins for the Treatment of Sepsis”  - Seminar; Presented to pharmacists and pharmacy students of the South Carolina College of Pharmacy; Columbia, South Carolina

Teaching Responsibilities

  • PHPN 682