Manouchkathe Cassagnol

Associate ProfessorAssociate Clinical Professor
Drug Interaction Editorial Fellowship, Drug Interactions, The Medical Letter, Inc.Internal Medicine Pharmacotherapy Residency , Post-Graduate Year 2, Kingsbrook Jewish Medical CenterPharmacy Practice Residency (American Society of Health System Pharmacists Accredited), Kingsbrook Jewish Medical CenterDoctor of Pharmacy (PharmD), Pharmacy, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical UniversityAAS, General, Miami Dade Community College

Manouchkathe Cassagnol, Pharm.D., BCPS, AACC Dr. Cassagnol is a tenured Associate Clinical professor in the Clinical Health Professions Department, the Assistant Dean of Service Programs, and the Assistant Director of the Urban Institute in the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at St. John’s University. In conjunction with her faculty appointment, she is also a Clinical Specialist for Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy at Nassau University Medical Center. Dr. Cassagnol received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. She then completed ASHP-accredited PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice and PGY-2 Internal Medicine Pharmacotherapy residencies at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY. She later completed a Drug Interaction Editorial Fellowship at the Medical Letter Inc. She has been the past president of the Association of Black Health-System Pharmacists (ABHP) and was the 2010 recipient of the ABHP President Award. Dr. Cassagnol frequently speaks on the topic of cardiovascular pharmacotherapy to both health professionals and community members. She has presented many abstracts both nationally and internationally and has published numerous papers in the area of cardiology. She also has lead many community outreach initiatives and service project, including the Changing Faces of Pharmacy: Student Enrichment Program, which is a program geared towards increasing awareness of the pharmacy profession within underrepresented minority high school populations. Dr. Cassagnol currently maintains her clinical practice in the telemetry unit at Nassau University Medical Center.

Teaching Interests

Interprofessional Education Technology in the classroom Flipped classroom Online education Global education

Research Interests

Cardiology Transition of Care Medication Therapy Management Public health initiatives in underserved communities

Courses Taught

CPP 6102 PREV&MGT DRUG INDUCED DISEASES

PHR 4110 D&D: CARDIO/RENAL SYSTEMS I

PHR 4111 D&D:CARDIO/RENAL SYSTEMS II