Meet the Residents

Ethan Baker, PharmD

PGY1 Resident


Education: Marshall University School of Pharmacy

Hometown: Kitts Hill, Ohio

Practice Interests: Critical care, Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine

Why Cabell?: "I was drawn to Cabell initially because of the acute care focus provided by this residency program. As a student I was able to experience a taste of what the program would offer and was very excited by the passion the preceptors have for teaching and promoting professional growth. They provide challenges as well as guidance that allow me to continually develop my clinical skills as well as critical thinking and communication. In addition to these things, the level of open communication afforded by this pharmacy department is very comforting and supportive in my own growth both personally and professionally. Lastly, I was drawn by the opportunity to teach offered through the teaching certificate program. Educating others is one of my passions, and the opportunity to help others grow is an exciting opportunity for me."

Hobbies: Weightlifting, playing guitar, reading

Noah Dial, PharmD

PGY1 Resident


Education: Marshall University School of Pharmacy

Hometown: Milton, West Virginia

Practice Interests: Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, Neurology

Why Cabell?: "I chose to pursue residency to further my clinical knowledge, expand my leadership skills, and establish myself as a new clinician. I chose Cabell because I feel this program will help me achieve my some of my personal and professional goals. I was intrigued by its various rotation experiences that align with my clinical interests, and I sense that every member of the pharmacy team here cares about my success as a resident."

Hobbies: Cooking, playing guitar, exercising

Stasia Thompson, PharmD

PGY2 Critical Care Resident


Education: Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Hometown: Hendersonville, North Carolina

Practice Interests: Critical Care, Neurology

Why Cabell?: "I really valued the close-knit community, supportive environment, and investment in me as a resident when completing my PGY1 residency year. I entered my PGY1 year with a strong desire to pursue critical care, and my rotation experiences only enhanced my desire to continue my endeavors as a PGY2. The high acuity of the ICU coupled with our complex patient population pose new challenges every day to further my knowledge base, clinical skills, and exercise my role in an interdisciplinary team. I look forward to the opportunity to build upon my rapport with the ICU teams and continue my contributions towards Cabell and our patients. These things, along with the passion, motivation, and support from the preceptors, and the flexibility of the program to tailor experiences to fit my personal and professional goals only foster my growth to becoming a confident and competent critical care pharmacist. I look forward to what is in store for the year ahead and am honored to have the opportunity to trailblaze this program for residents to come."

Hobbies: Hiking/gardening, crocheting, dog momma’ing, playing Mario Kart