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  • Explore anatomical and physiological characteristics of dogs and cats
  • Describe how these characteristics impact drug disposition
  • Provide examples of drugs and substances that affect dogs and cats differently compared to humans

Erica Wassack, PharmD, FSVHP, FACVP

Erica Wassack is the Senior Clinical Pharmacist at Mississippi State College of Veterinary Medicine – Animal Health Center.  Dr. Wassack obtained her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy in 2017 and completed an International College of Veterinary Pharmacists- accredited Clinical Veterinary Pharmacy Residency at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2018.  Erica received Diplomate status in the International College of Veterinary Pharmacy in 2020. Dr. Wassack is the current Vice President of the American College of Veterinary Pharmacists.  Erica holds adjunct faculty appointments at the University of Mississippi, Union University, and the University of Tennessee where she teaches pharmacy students as well as veterinary students and technicians at Mississippi State.  Erica also provides continuing education presentations to veterinarians and pharmacists.  Her areas of interest include clinical pharmacology, veterinary compounding, research, drug information, and education.