Myroslava Sharabun, PharmD

PGY-2 Emergency Medicine Pharmacy Resident

Touro College of Pharmacy

Myroslava Sharabun


Dr. Sharabun is a New York native and is excited to be back in NYC to start her pharmacy career. During her undergraduate and graduate career, Dr. Sharabun has always worked in an interdisciplinary team and has appreciated the value of a team-based patient care approach.  Her passion for Emergency Medicine stems from her ED experience as a pharmacy student and as a PGY-1 Pharmacy Resident. During her PGY-1 Residency, she was able to work with multiple health care professionals and optimize patient-care for a diverse patient population, including hematology/oncology patients and solid organ transplant recipients.  Dr. Sharabun is interested in pain management, antimicrobial stewardship, and toxicology.  

Clinical Specialty

  • Emergency Medicine


  • PharmD. University of Connecticut, Connecticut, 2017
  • PGY,1 Pharmacy Residency – The Mount Sinai Hospital

Honors and Awards

Hiking, cooking, exploring the great outdoors

Recent Publications

  • Wick JY, Sharabun M. Long term care and cultural competence. Consult Pharm. 2017;32(1):12-21.
  • Sharabun M, Wick JY. “Cancer screening – let’s talk about it.” Pharmacy Times.  Jan. 2017
  • Sharabun M. 5 Steps to Protect Yourself Against High Cholesterol. Lyons Park Citizen Newsletter. Sep. 2016
  • Sharabun M. “What’s a banana bag?” Pharmacy Times. Aug. 2016.
  • Sharabun M. “Can multivitamins curb hypertension?” Pharmacy Times, Aug. 2016.