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Marielisa Huerta, PharmD

Current PGY1 Pharmacy Residents

Marielisa Huerta, PharmD: is currently a PGY-1 resident at Valley Baptist Medical Center in Brownsville. She received her Doctorate in Pharmacy from The University of North Texas Health and Science Center in May 2020. Dr. Huerta’s professional interests include infectious diseases, critical care, and diabetes management. Her research projects include the comparison in clinical success between conventional triple therapy and novel antimicrobial therapies for infections with multi-drug resistant organisms, as well as the evaluation of hypoglycemic events when resuming home dose of insulin therapy in the inpatient setting. Upon completion of her PGY-1 pharmacy residency, Dr. Huerta plans to obtain board certifications in pharmacotherapy and infectious diseases.