Dr. Frei's translational
involve the application and
critical evaluation of novel
technologies (including anti-infectives) in both
institutional and community healthcare settings.
His approach can best be described as a mixture
of pharmacoepidemiology, health services
research, health disparities research, and
His major areas of study include pneumonia, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus
(MRSA), HIV, and
Assistant Division Head
Dr. Knodel is the assistant Division Head,
Pharmacotherapy, Administrative Director of the
Pharmacotherapy Office of Evidence-Based and Interprofessional Education
at the University of Texas Health Science
Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA), and director of the
regional internship program in San Antonio.
Dr. Duhon practices in the Adult Internal Medicine setting, where he is involved with the medical
management of the adult hospitalized patient. His principal interests include infectious diseases,
diabetes, and innovative pedagogical techniques.
Hand, Elizabeth, Pharm.D.
Clinical Associate Professor
Dr. Hand is the Pediatric Clinical Coordinator and Infectious Disease Pharmacy Specialist at the Children's Hospital of San Antonio. Her areas
of interest include improving medication management in the pediatric population, with a focus on antimicrobial stewardship and treatment of
infections in immunocompromised children.
Prof. Koeller's research focuses on health care
economics, pharmacoeconomics and outcomes research
primarily in cancer, but also in other disease areas.
Dr. Kuhn's research is concentrated on
deriving information related to the clinical
pharmacology of anticancer agents.
Dr. Lam's research focus is
pharmacokinetic, pharmacodynamic, and pharmacogenetic
aspect of drug therapy. Specifically, he is interested
in how inter-individual variability in drug metabolism
can affect response to drugs and susceptibility to
Dr. Reveles' research focus is the prevention and treatment of Clostridium difficile infections and innovative methods to improve the translation of clinical research
findings into practice.
|Dr. Ryan practices in the area of Adult
Internal Medicine, primarily in the acute treatment of
the hospitalized patient. Her principal interests
include diabetes, nutrition and cirrhosis. |
Dr. Saklad is the director of the psychiatric
pharmacy program in San Antonio and on the staff of
San Antonio State Hospital where he provides
pharmaceutical care to the seriously mentally ill.
His current research interests are in the area
of serious mental illness and its treatment,
particularly identification of endophenotypes by
analysis of large demographic, process, and
outcome databases. He is an active member of ASHP
and CPNP and provider of innovative continuing
Dr. Seltzer is a Drug Information Specialist with teaching and clinical interests in evidence-based drug information, literature evaluation, adverse drug reactions, formulary management, and drug usage evaluation.
Dr. Talbert is responsible for didactic and clerkship teaching of baccalaureate and Pharm.D. students and supervises their activities on the
Medicine Service at University Hospital and Endocrine services for the University Health System, Audie L. Murphy Veterans Memorial Hospital,
and the Texas Diabetes Institute in San Antonio.
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Reveles Traces Rate of Hospital Infections
Dr. Kelly Reveles, assistant professor of pharmacotherapy, is primary author of a study which found that the incidence of Clostridium difficile infection (CDI), a highly
contagious gastrointestinal disease often linked to the overprescribing of antibiotics, nearly doubled between 2001 and 2010. It also determined there were no improvements
in patient health outcomes, including mortality or hospital length of stay, over the study period.
Read more about Reveles' study.