Said “Moo” Sultan, PharmD, is a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist and a pharmacist with UNC Hospitals and Clinics. He received his bachelor of science in biochemistry and chemistry at East Carolina University and earned his doctor of pharmacy from the Medical College of Virginia at Virginia Commonwealth University and completed a PGY1 residency and a PGY2 critical-care residency at UNC Hospitals and Clinics.
After residency, Sultan practiced in the medical intensive care unit at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte for more than two years. He returned to UNC Hospitals and Clinics as a critical care clinical specialist and assists with the educational programs for the residency program. Sultan is also an assistant professor of clinical education and a critical care preceptor for the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. He is the course director for the acute care elective and teaches in the critical care elective.
Sultan is also an active member of state and national professional organizations. He sits on the board of directors for the Carolinas/Virginias Chapter of Society of Critical Care Medicine. He also sits multiple on committees in American College of Clinical Pharmacy and Society of Critical Care Medicine. He is currently on the SCCM Drug Shortage Task Force and chair of the Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacology Programming Committee. He recently reviewed the Acute Management of Burn Injury Chapter in the PSAP 2014 Book 1 Urgent and Critical Care.