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Nicholas Teran, PharmD

Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Fellow – Year 2

Hometown: Houston, Texas


Pharmacy School: The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy

Undergraduate: The University of Texas at Austin

Current research: Real-world experience with cefiderocol use for serious Gram-negative infection; Evaluating cefiderocol susceptibility testing modalities

About Me: Nico received his Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Texas at Austin. His primary interests include immunocompromised populations and Gram-negative mechanisms of resistance. His long-term goals include maintaining a clinical role in a large academic medical center in addition to precepting students. Beyond his professional interests, his hobbies include playing video games and spending time with family and friends.

Why Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center: Nico’s interest in the Infectious Diseases Fellowship program began as a pharmacy student and was further solidified during his PGY1 training. The fellowship’s legacy and diverse clinical and research opportunities prepare its trainees for a wide array of careers in ID. The program is molded with the goals of the fellow in mind providing immense opportunities ranging from clinical practice to academia.

Contact Information: [email protected]


Ricky Huynh-Phan, PharmD

Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Fellow - Year 1

Hometown: Houston, Texas

Pharmacy School: University of Houston College of Pharmacy 
Undergraduate: University of Houston

Current Research: Readmission rates in patients with invasive candidiasis or candidemia

About Me: Ricky received his Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Houston College of Pharmacy and is currently a 1st-year infectious diseases fellow at BSLMC. His clinical interests include antimicrobial resistance, antimicrobial stewardship, and Gram-negative bacterial infections. Upon completion of postgraduate training, Ricky’s professional goal is to obtain a clinical position at an academic medical center. In his free time, Ricky enjoys eating at new restaurants, hiking, and spending time with his two cats and dog.

Why Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center: Ricky’s interest in BSLMC started when he had multiple rotations at the large academic hospital as a 4th year pharmacy student that exposed him to the clinical preceptors and pharmacy residents. The program offers a vast selection of pharmacy rotations and provides a rewarding experience that would develop residents to become well rounded pharmacists.

Contact Information: [email protected]

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