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Meet the Group

Pharmacy Manager of Informatics


Mark P. Chabot, RPh, MHA, MBA

In 1981 Mark graduated from Butler University. He then accepted a position with the University of Cincinnati Medical Center where he later became the IT Supervisor. He joined the University of Virginia in 1997 as Automation Supervisor, and is currently the Pharmacy Manager of Informatics. During his tenure at UVA he has overseen the upgrading of almost every one of the department's automated devices and has implemented several state of the art systems. Mark received double masters in Business and Health Administration from Pfeiffer University in Charlotte, North Carolina. He is married and currently resides in Charlottesville, Virginia.


Senior Pharmacy Applications Analysts


Scott Anderson, PharmD, MS

Scott is currently a Senior Pharmacy Applications Analyst at the University of Virginia Health System in Charlottesville. His responsibilities include supporting pharmacy operations and clinical services through informatics, as well as implementing and maintaining pharmacy automation services. Scott is certified as an Epic Willow Inpatient pharmacy builder, which he uses to benefit multi-disciplinary initiatives. Scott earned his Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Illinois in Chicago in 2010 and his Masters of Science in Health-System Pharmacy Administration from the University of Pittsburgh in 2011. Scott trained for his current position by completing a PGY-1 focused on Health-System Pharmacy Administration at UPMC in Pittsburgh, followed by helping to create and completing the first ASHP-accredited Pharmacy Informatics PGY-2 program in Virginia. He also has experience as a consultant in the health outcomes field and maintains a passion for using data to improve outcomes.

Fun Fact: Outside of the hospital, Scott enjoys hiking in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, cheering for the Minnesota Golden Gophers and Chicago Blackhawks, and exploring the many restaurant, brewery, and vineyard offerings of Central Virginia.


James Fiebert, PharmD

James started working at the University of Virginia in 2012. Originally from Long Island, James moved to Charlottesville in order to complete his PGY-2 Pharmacy Informatics Residency.  During the course of his residency, James was able to earn a certification in Epic Willow Inpatient and proficiency in Epic Clinical Decision Support.  After completion of his residency, James moved into his current position within the department.  James earned his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Saint John’s University.  After earning his degree, James completed a PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency from Long Island Jewish Medical Center. When not at work, James enjoys taking photographs of the outdoors and cooking.

Fun Fact: James loves spicy food.  He has even completed two spicy food challenges.

Pharmacy Information System Specialists


Godfrey M. Branche, CPhT

A University of Virginia employee since 1988, Godfrey attended London's prestigious St. Joseph's Academy before moving to the United States and joining the University. Prior to joining the Pharmacy Department, he worked with Medical Records and then with the Clinical Pathology Lab. He has been an Operations Technician since 1996. Godfrey achieved his state certification as a Pharmacy Technician in 2006 and later the same year was awarded the highly regarded Governor's Award for Excellence, which is given for achievement in customer service and dedication to the University's core values. Godfrey is married and has two children. He currently resides in Greene County Virginia.

Fun Fact: Godfrey was once mistaken for Kanye West.



Tiffany Crowther, CPhT

Tiffany began working for the University of Virginia Department of Pharmacy in 2009 and joined the Pharmacy IT Group in 2011. Originally from Cottonwood Heights, Utah, she graduated with honors from Westminster College completing a BS in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. She began her pharmacy career in 2006 and obtained her National Certification later that same year. When not at work, Tiffany and her husband enjoy ballroom dancing, hiking, and canoeing.

Fun Fact: Tiffany placed in a National Dance Competition when she was 14 years old.


Robert Sanders, CPhT, CCRT

A long time employee with the University of Virginia,  Robert (aka The Colonel) joined the UVA Pharmacy department in 1996 as a Pharmacy Assistant and later in the same year became a nationally certified Pharmacy technician. He attended East Tennessee State University and in 2001 he received a certification in Computer Upgrade and Repair from PVCC. He accepted the position of Pharmacy Systems Operations Technician in 2001. Colonel received training in advanced Pyxis Systems and currently holds additional certifications in both Talyst Systems and in EPIC Willow Inpatient. He is married and has two children.

Fun Fact: Colonel loves vintage T-shirts, the Atlanta Falcons, and spending time with his family.



Sean Walsh, CPhT

Sean joined the University of Virginia in 2008 after 10 years in retail pharmacy. He is originally from Brentwood, NY and moved to Virginia in 2002. Sean attended The State University of New York at Stony Brook for his undergraduate work. He is currently a graduate student at James Madison University and is completing a Master’s Degree in Computer Science. Sean has been certified in Epic Willow Inpatient since 2012. Sean is married and currently resides in Charlottesville.

Fun Fact: Sean was briefly the World High Score holder in Duck Hunt on the original Nintendo.


PGY-2 Pharmacy Informatics Resident


Terran Rice, PharmD

Terran is a graduate of University of the Pacific Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in California, where he earned his PharmD in May 2011. Upon completion of his studies, he practiced as a staff pharmacist for CVS/Pharmacy for a year then proceeded to a PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency at York Hospital in Pennsylvania. His current areas of interest include data analysis, data warehousing, and the application of technology to allow more efficient workflow. Outside of pharmacy his hobbies include cooking and computers. He will complete a medication use to evaluate the impact of alternative medication alerts for medications on shortage. His longitudinal research project will evaluate the impact of a process change on the practice of pharmacy. Upon completion of a PGY-2 in pharmacy informatics, he wishes to pursue a career as a pharmacist informaticist.

Fun Fact: Terran enjoys baking and brings in a cake every other week to help Mark through payroll Monday.

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