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Matthew Stanton, PharmD, BCPS, DABAT

Matthew Stanton, PharmD, BCPS, DABAT

Matthew Stanton, PharmD, BCPS, DABAT

Clinical Assistant Professor Department of Clinical Sciences

Locations

  • MCW Pharmacy School
    HRC H2600

Contact Information

Biography

Matthew Stanton, PharmD, BCPS, DABAT is an emergency medicine pharmacist at Froedtert Hospital and clinical toxicologist at the Wisconsin Poison Center.  Dr. Stanton received his Bachelor of Science in Bacteriology from the University of Wisconsin and Doctor of Pharmacy from Midwestern University College of Pharmacy-Glendale.  He completed his pharmacy practice residency at Froedtert Hospital and became board certified in pharmacotherapy in 2010.  Dr. Stanton practiced in critical care before transitioning to emergency medicine in 2012.  He began practicing at the Wisconsin Poison Center in 2014 as a specialist in poison information before becoming board certified in clinical toxicology in 2016.  Dr. Stanton is a Diplomate of the American Board of Applied Toxicology and also a contributing author on the Academic Life in EM University’s Capsules series.

Education

PharmD, Midwestern University College of Pharmacy-Glendale, Glendale, AZ
BS, Bacteriology, University of Wisconsin
Pharmacy Practice Residency, Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin

Certifications

Board Certification in Pharmacotherapy Specialty (BCPS), Board of Pharmacy Specialties
Board Certified in Clinical Toxicology, American Board of Applied Toxicology
Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) Certification, Medical College of Wisconsin
Advanced Cardiac Life Support, American Heart Association
Basic Disaster Life Support, National Disaster Life Support Foundation
Basic Hazmat Life Support, University of Arizona
Registered Pharmacist: Wisconsin

Research Interests

  • Pharmaceutical poisoning
  • Toxicology of animals, plants and microbials
  • Forensic toxicology
  • Laboratory analysis of xenobiotics

Publications

My teaching philosophy revolves around practical and logistical application of academic material to the patient. While I understand the foundation and fundamentals of academic learning, I find it valuable to apply textbook material to the realities of direct patient contact. I engage students to understand the rationale behind all aspects of the medical continuum and not focus only on medicines.

Matthew Stanton, PharmD, BCPS, DaBAT