Summary

Peggy Carver, Pharm.D., FCCP, is Associate Professor at the College of Pharmacy, and a Clinical Pharmacist in Infectious Diseases at the University of Michigan Health System. Although Dr. Carver's research focuses mainly on the epidemiology, prevention, and treatment of fungal infections, her more recent research has focused on the role of metal ions in infectious diseases. She is a fellow of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, a past president of the Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists, and a recipient of the College of Pharmacy’s Teaching Excellence Award.

Research Interests

  • Epidemiology, prevention, and treatment of fungal infections

  • Drug interactions with antifungal agents

  • The role of metal ions in infectious diseases

Awards

  • 2017 PDC's Alpha chapter National awards (see comments below), Phi Delta Chi Fraternity
  • 2017 Outstanding Chapter Advisor, Phi Delta Chi Fraternity, Phi Delta Chi Fraternity
  • 2018 Nominee, Teaching Excellence Award , UM COP
  • 2017 Fellow, Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists, Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists
  • 2016 St. Jude’s Phi Delta Chi Great Lakes Chapter of the Year , St. Jude’s Foundation
  • 2016 PDC's Alpha chapter National awards (see comments below), Phi Delta Chi Fraternity
  • 2017 Nominee, Outstanding Advisor, Phi Delta Chi Fraternity, Phi Delta Chi Fraternity
  • 2017 Michigan Leadership Award for Outstanding Student Organization; this is a competitive award at the University of Michigan Campus of all 1000+ student organizations., University of Michigan
  • 2016 Unsung Hero, Nominee, Phi Delta Chi Fraternity E-Board
  • 2016 PDC's Alpha chapter National awards (see comments below), Phi Delta Chi Fraternity National Office
  • 2016 PDC's Alpha chapter was the top fundraiser for St. Jude’s in the Midwest., St Jude's Research Center
  • 2016 PDC's Alpha chapter was selected as having the ‘best blog presence’ at the University of Michigan, of >120 campus-wide student organizations. , University of Michigan
  • 2016 Nominee, Outstanding Advisor, Phi Delta Chi Fraternity, Phi Delta Chi Fraternity E-Board
  • 2014 Selection of our publication: Antworth A, et al. Impact of an Antimicrobial Stewardship Program Comprehensive Care Bundle on Management of Candidemia. Pharmacotherapy 2013 Jan 25. doi: 10.1002/phar.11, Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists
  • 2015 Nominee, Outstanding Advisor, Phi Delta Chi Fraternity, Phi Delta Chi Fraternity E-Board
  • 2015 Unsung Hero, Nominee, Phi Delta Chi Fraternity E-Board
  • 2013 P3 Class recognition award (Class of 2015), Class of 2015 Pharmacy students
  • 2014 Nominee, Outstanding Advisor, Phi Delta Chi Fraternity, PDC e-board
  • 2010 Outstanding Poster, ESPEN, European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism
  • 2007 Best Poster, MAD 2007 Infectious Diseases Conference, MAD-ID
  • 2006 Fellow in the American College of Clinical Pharmacy, American College of Clinical Pharmacy

Selected Publications

  • Malani A, Hmoud J, Chiu L, Carver PL, Bielaczyk A, Kauffman CA. Candida glabrata fungemia: Experience in a tertiary care center. Clin Infect Dis 2005;41:975–81.

  • Surowiec D, DePestel DD, Carver PL. Concurrent Use of Sirolimus and Voriconazole: a Pilot Study Assessing Safety and Approaches to Appropriate Management. Pharmacotherapy 2008;28(6):719–729.

  • Carver PL, Lin SW, DePestel DD, Newton DW. The Impact of mecA Gene Testing and Infectious Diseases Pharmacists’ Intervention on the Time to Appropriate Antimicrobial Therapy for Staphylococcus aureus Bacteremia at a University Hospital. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 2008; 46:7: 2381-3.

  • Btaiche IF, Carver PL, Welch K. Dosing and Monitoring of Trace Elements in Long Term Home Parenteral Nutrition Patients. JPEN J Parenter Enteral Nutr. 2011 Nov;35(6):736-47.

  • Eschenauer GA, Carver PL, Lin SW, Klinker KP, Chen YC, Potoski BA, Shields RK, Clancy CJ, Nguyen MH, Lam SW. Fluconazole versus an echinocandin for Candida glabrata fungaemia: a retrospective cohort study. J Antimicrob Chemother. 2013 Apr;68(4):922-6.