Clinical Assistant Professor
Dr. Tyler Clay received his doctor of pharmacy degree from Marshall University School of Pharmacy in 2017. Following graduation, he completed a PGY-1 residency with King’s Daughters Medical Center and Marshall University School of Pharmacy in Ashland, KY. Throughout his residency Dr. Clay was involved in a variety of projects related to sepsis, inpatient medical emergencies, and pharmacist participation as members of advanced cardiovascular life support teams.
Dr. Clay joined Marshall University School of Pharmacy in 2018 following completion of his PGY-1 residency as shared faculty with St. Mary’s Medical Center. Dr. Clay practices as an Internal Medicine Clinical Pharmacy Specialist at Saint Mary’s Medical Center as well as an Assistant Clinical Professor at Marshall University School of Pharmacy. His areas of interest include infectious disease and cardiology. Dr. Clay also co-founded the High School Educational Resource Development (HERD) program which aims to engage local high school students in the profession of pharmacy.