Nicole Bohm, Pharm.D.

Assistant Professor | CPOS, South Carolina College of Pharmacy

843.792.7523 :: MUSC Campus QE205

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About Dr. Bohm

Nicole Bohm is an assistant professor in the CPOS department with a clinical practice in internal medicine at MUSC. She received her Pharm.D. from the University of Florida and completed post graduate residency training at Duke University Medical Center and specialty residency training in internal medicine at the University of Utah. Her interest areas include sickle cell disease, anticoagulation, COPD, and infectious diseases pharmacotherapy. She is the residency program director the the PGY2 Internal Medicine Pharmacy Residency at MUSC, and also serves as the faculty advisor to the MUSC chapter of the pharmacy honors society Rho Chi. She teaches various topics in pharmacotherapy and clinical assessment, and she is a coordinator for the infectious diseases elective course. Nicole enjoys participating in interprofessional education and works closely with the inpatient internal medicine teams. When she's not at the college, you're likely to find her engaging in outdoor activities with her family and friends.


Doctor of Pharmacy
University of Florida, 2003

Bachelor of Science,  
University of Florida, 1999

PGY2 Internal Medicine
University of Utah, 2004-2005

Pharmacy Practice
Duke University
Medical Center , 2003-2004


Clinical Research Interests

  • Infectious disease,
  • Anticoagulation
  • Hospital quality of care.


  • Bullous Dermatosis Associated with Vancomycin Extravasation.  Bohm NM. Wong J.  Am J Med Sci. 2011; Am J Med Sci (epub ahead of print)
  • Multidrug-resistant Enterococcus faecium endocarditis treated with combination tigecycline and high-dose daptomycin. Schutt AC, Bohm NM. Ann Pharmacother 2009 Dec; 43(12): 2108-12.


  • Pharmacotherapy (BCPS) 2008