Biographies for 2017-2018 Residents

Paul Bauman, PGY1 Pharmacy ResidentPaul Bauman, Pharm.D., PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

Originally from Ardmore, Oklahoma, Paul earned his Pharm.D. from the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy. Paul’s areas of interest include pediatrics, infectious diseases and informatics. Last year, as a student Paul participated in a medication use evaluation of the use of 4 factor prothrombin complex concentrate (4FPCC) for anticoagulation reversal. His current research project is assessing the impact of our pediatric Meds-to-Beds program on transitions of care for children hospitalized with asthma.. Paul will be staying in Augusta for his PGY2 in pediatric pharmacy (by early commitment). In his spare time, he enjoys exercising, trying out new recipes, watching movies and building with Legos.   
 
Contact:
pbauman@augusta.edu

"The AU Medical Center provided all aspects I was looking in a residency program, specifically precepting and teaching opportunities in a multidisciplinary setting as well as the opportunity to participate in caring for pediatric patients in a children's hospital. I couldn't be happier to be completing two years of residency at Augusta University's AU Medical Center. Go Dawgs and Go Jags!"

Sarah Clements, Pharm.D. PGY1 Pharmacy Resident
Sarah Clements, Pharm.D., PGY1 Pharmacy Resident 

Sarah grew up in Rome, Georgia, earned her bachelor's degree in chemical and biomolecular engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) in May 2013 and is a graduate of the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy. Her current areas of interest include internal medicine and critical care. During her 4th year APPEs, Sarah evaluated duplicate orders for as needed blood pressure medications and presented her Medication Use Evaluation (MUE) results as a student poster at the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting.  As a resident she is leading an MUE on time to initiation of alcohol withdrawal treatment in non-ICU patients. Her residency research project involves determining the optimal antimicrobial agent for double coverage of piperacillin-tazobactam and cefepime resistant pseudomonas in AU Medical Center's medical ICU.  Sarah’s favorite place is the beach, and she loves going to Jekyll island. Sarah enjoys cooking, attending classes at Oxygen fitness and spending time with her chocolate lab, Sugar. 

Contact: saclements1@augusta.edu

"I knew I would have not only the practice experiences, but I would also have the support system I needed from everyone involved in the program, to become the pharmacist that I want to be."
 

Shaily Doshi, Pharm.D.Shaily Doshi, Pharm.D., PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

Shaily is originally from Kampala, Uganda. She earned her Pharm.D. at the Univeristy of Georgia College of Pharmacy. Her current areas of interest include internal medicine and ambulatory care. This year Shaily will be studying prolonged versus short infusion rates of IV magnesium in general medicine patients with hypomagnesemia. In her spare time, Shaily enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling, hiking and playing board games.
Contact:  shdoshi2@augusta.edu

 

"I was attracted to the AU Medical Center residency program because of the wide variety of rotations offered and the people I met her.  I knew it would be a perfect fit because of the special interest all preceptors took in my professional development as a student here, and now that has continued as a resident."

Michelle Leatherwood, Pharm.D., PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

Michelle is originally from Maryville, Tennessee and is a graduate of Samford University’s McWhorter School of Pharmacy in Birmingham, Alabama. Her areas of interest include ambulatory care, psychiatry and academia. Michelle is passionate about teaching and in the future she would like to work in academia.  Last year Michelle presented her capstone project, “Assessment of the Provision of Professional Liability Insurance for Students” at ASHP Midyear. Michelle’s current research is assessing the impact of the Outpatient Meds to Beds Program in adult patients.  In her spare time, she enjoys traveling and spending time with friends and family.  
Contact:  mileatherwood@augusta.edu

"I chose to pursue my PGY1 residency at AU Medical Center and UGA College of Pharmacy because of the people and the opportunities.  I knew this program would further my development personally and professionally; being challenged by preceptors who are dedicated to their patients, students and residents!"
 

Lindsey Sellers, Pharm.D., PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

Lindsey is from Columbus, Georgia, and she earned her Pharm.D. from the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy after completing fourth year rotations in Columbus. Her current interests include critical care and internal medicine. Lindsey’s research project is assessing the impact of a pharmacist-driven protocol for adding and removing prophylactic granulocyte colony stimulating factor in patients receiving their first cycle of chemotherapy. Lindsey is interested in academia, and in the future would like to serve as a preceptor. In her spare time, she enjoys running and spending time outdoors, especially kayaking the Savannah River.  Lindsey has early committed to stay for her PGY2 year in Critical Care Pharmacy.

Contact: linsellers@augusta.edu

"I was first exposed to AU Medical Center's program during my first year of pharmacy school, when one of the PGY1 pharmacy residents taught in my drug information class. As a fourth year student researching residency programs, I was drawn by AU Medical Center's diverse experiences, supportive preceptors and opportunities for teaching...This year, I had the opportunity to lecture for the first year drug information class and bring everything full circle!"

 


Morgan Gwynn, Pharm.D., PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy Resident

Morgan is from Birmingham, AL and earned her Pharm.D. from Auburn University’s Harrison School of Pharmacy. She completed her PGY1 at AU Medical Center and stayed for a PGY2 oncology year through early commitment. In June, Morgan published a review article on the role of anti-PD-1/PD-L1 immunotherapy in the treatment of metastatic urothelial carcinoma in the Annals of Pharmacotherapy. Her PGY1 research project was the development and validation of a novel medication regimen complexity scoring tool in critically ill patients, and her current research is assessing the incidence and type of immune-mediated adverse events after influenza vaccination in cancer patients on immune checkpoint inhibitors. After residency, Morgan plans to pursue a position in academia. When she’s not spending time with or showing off pictures of her dog Leo, Morgan enjoys playing golf, reading and traveling.  Contact: mgwynn@augusta.edu

“I chose AUMC/UGA because of the opportunities to practice in a variety of patient care areas, develop my teaching and precepting skills, and work with an incredible group of preceptors.” 

 

Alicia Sanchez PGY2 Pediatric Pharmacy ResidentAlicia Sanchez, Pharm.D. PGY2 Pediatric Pharmacy Resident

Alicia, one of our two PGY2 residents in pediatrics this year is originally from Mount Juliet, Tennessee. She is a Pharm.D. graduate from the University of Tennessee. Alicia completed her PGY1 training at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. She published a case report of “Probable Metronidazole Induced Serum Sickness-like reaction in a Pediatric Patient” in the Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics. Her PGY1 research studied the use of clonidine for preventing dexmedetomidine withdrawal in the pediatric ICU. This year, her research will be focused on adrenal function and use of the vasoactive-inotrope score in infants after cardiac surgery. Next year, Alicia hopes to work as a pediatric pharmacist in the PICU at an academic medical center. Alicia enjoys baking, watching Tennessee Football, and most of all spending time with her niece, Florence.  Contact: alsanchez1@augusta.edu

"The variety of patient care experiences originally attracted me to Children’s Hospital of Georgia at AUMedical Center and University of Georgia College of Pharmacy. Once interviewing, passion for patient care and the desire to invest in residents on a personal level radiated from each preceptor. Additionally, there are numerous opportunities for lecturing, precepting, leadership, and autonomy available for second year pediatric residents. With these opportunities and personal investment from each preceptor, residency is challenging, yet rewarding."

Paige Watkins, Pharm.D., PGY2 Pediatric Pharmacy Resident (Chief Resident)

Paige is originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan and is a graduate of Butler University’s College of Pharmacy in Indianapolis, Indiana. Paige completed her PGY1 year at AU Medical Center, ,stayed on through early commitment to the PGY2 Pediatric Residency program and is the current chief resident. Last year Paige’s research evaluated the efficacy of inhaled tobramycin in pediatric patients with ventilator associated tracheitis. As a PGY2, Paige will be studying the efficacy of intravenous versus oral or rectal acetaminophen in pediatric patients after cardiothoracic surgery. In her free time, Paige enjoys baking, doing Pilates, and watching Butler basketball.
Contact: pwatkins@augusta.edu

"I first became interested in AU Medical Center and the University of Georgia for my PGY1 residency because of the wide variety of rotations available and the emphasis placed on teaching and precepting. However it was the people that I met during my interview that convinced me that AU Medical Center would be a perfect fit. Each preceptor has displayed an enthusiasm for precepting and patient care as well as a desire to get to know the resident on a personal level, which helps to make the residency challenging as well as enjoyable."

 

Biographies for 2016-2017 Residents

Ben Andrick PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy ResidentBenjamin Andrick, Pharm.D., PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy Resident

Ben is originally from Mount Joy, Pennsylvania and completed his doctorate of pharmacy degree at  Duquesne University Mylan School of Pharmacy in fine Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He subsequently completed a PGY1 Pharmacy Residency at AU Medical Center in conjunction with the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy and made an early commitment to stay for the PGY2 year.  Ben’s areas of interest include hematology/oncology, translational research and academia. He plans on pursuing academic appointment within a college of pharmacy as a clinical hematology/oncology pharmacist engaged in multidisciplinary translational research along with engagement in direct patient care. Ben’s current research project is a translational prospective pilot cohort study evaluating  the immunological response of CLL patients on concurrent ibrutinib therapy administered the pneumococcal conjugated 13-valent vaccine.  He was recognized with the Graduate Student Best Poster Award at the 7th Annual Southern Translational Education and Research (STaR) conference in October 2016 for an interim report on this protocol.  In Ben’s spare time, he enjoys running, playing guitar, and traveling.  In Summer 2017, Ben returned to Pennsylvania as a Hematology/Oncology Clinical Pharmacist and Clinical Investigator at Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, PA

"I chose this program (as a PGY1) because, not only was the program top notch and the preceptors experts in their field; but because I could see they cared about the residents not only as professional pharmacists but as individuals."
 

Michelle Borg, PGY1 Pharmacy ResidentMichelle Borg, Pharm.D., PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

Michelle earned her PharmD from the University of Georgia’s College of Pharmacy in Athens, Georgia. She is originally from Conyers, Georgia. Michelle’s areas of interest are hematology/oncology, critical care, pharmacogenomics, and academia. Her current research project is the comparison of 3-year rejection rates in kidney transplant patients receiving an alemtuzumab induction regimen versus a steroid-sparing thymoglobulin induction regimen. In the future she aspires to become a clinical hematology/oncology pharmacist overseeing clinical trials. She also hopes to be involved with multi-disciplinary teaching and disaster management endeavors. Michelle enjoys reading, playing sports, and traveling in her spare time.  Michelle started a PGY2 Oncology Residency at the National Institutes of Health,  Bethesda, MD in July 2017.  

“I chose to purse my PGY1 residency at Augusta University Health and UGA because of the amazing preceptors and residency opportunities. The program is highly individualized and I felt as though I would have the opportunity to practice at the top of my license. Furthermore, everyone here is treated like family and it creates a really enjoyable workplace.”

 

Logan Davis, PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Resident
Logan Davis, Pharm.D., PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Resident

Logan grew up in Rowlesburg, West Virginia. He earned his Bachelors of Science in Chemistry from West Virginia Wesleyan College in Buckhannon, West Virginia before earning his PharmD degree from West Virginia University School of Pharmacy. Logan completed his PGY1 residency at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital in Roanoke, Virginia where he conducted a research project examining risk factors associated with the development of anastomotic leaks and surgical site infections after colon surgery. His areas of interests include critical care, infectious disease, and medication safety. In the future, Logan hopes to practice as a critical care clinical pharmacist as part of a strong interdisciplinary teaching service. His research project will evaluate the use of phenobarbital in acute alcohol withdrawal. In his spare time, Logan enjoys trying out new restaurants, traveling with friends and family, football and basketball (Let's Go Mountaineers!), and watching comic book movies.  After completing the residency, Logan joined the staff at West Virginia University Hospital in Morgantown, WV as a Clinical Pharmacist in Critical Care.

“I chose AU Medical Center and UGA because of the people and the opportunities available. Each person I met displayed an enthusiasm for patient care and mentoring the residents. I knew this would be an institution where I could further development my clinical knowledge and become a great critical care pharmacist.”
 


Morgan Gwynn, Pharm.D., PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

Morgan is from Wilsonville, AL and earned her PharmD from Auburn University’s Harrison School of Pharmacy in Auburn, AL. Her areas of interest include hematology/oncology and academia. Morgan’s current research project is development of a medication regimen complexity scoring tool and correlation with admission APACHE scores in intensive care unit patients. In the future, she hopes to practice as a clinical hematology/oncology pharmacist at a large academic medical center.  Morgan is serving as the recruitment chair for the PGY1 Class and has early-committed to stay for a PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy Residency year.  When she’s not spending time with or showing off pictures of her dog, Morgan enjoys playing golf, trying new restaurants and breweries, and cheering on her Tigers at Auburn football games.  Morgan is completing her PGY2 Oncology residency at AU Medical Center in 2017-2018.                                 

“I chose AUMC/UGA because of the opportunities to practice in a variety of patient care areas, develop my teaching and precepting skills, and work with an incredible group of preceptors.” 

 

Pam Ku PGY1 Pharmacy ResidentPam Ku, Pharm.D., PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

Pam grew up in Johns Creek, Georgia and earned her PharmD from the University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. After working in community practice for a year, she decided to pursue her dream of working in a clinical setting. Her pharmacy practice interests include internal medicine and infectious disease. In the future, Pam hopes to practice as a clinical pharmacy specialist in one of her areas of interest while being involved with teaching and precepting. Her current research project is evaluating prolonged magnesium infusion rates in bone marrow transplant patients. In Pam’s spare time, she enjoys hiking, baking, and spending time with her family and friends. Pam became the first PGY2 Internal Medicine Pharmacy Resident at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital, Roanoke, VA (2017-2018).

“I chose this residency program for the incredible people and experiences available. The preceptors here are dedicated to providing the best patient care possible but are also committed to helping the residents grow as both people and practitioners.”

 

Paige Watkins, Pharm.D., PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

 

Paige is originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan and earned her PharmD at Butler University’s College of Pharmacy in Indianapolis, Indiana. Paige’s areas of interest include pediatrics and academia, and she hopes to acquire a position within a college of pharmacy while working as a pediatric clinical pharmacist in an academic medical center. Her current research will evaluate the efficacy of inhaled tobramycin in pediatric patients with tracheotomy or ventilator associated tracheitis. In her free time, Paige enjoys baking, doing ballet and Pilates, and watching Butler basketball. Paige stayed at AU Medical Center for her PGY2 Pediatric Pharmacy year and became the Chief Resident for the class 2017-2018.
 

"I first became interested in AU Medical Center and the University of Georgia for my PGY1 residency because of the wide variety of rotations available and the emphasis placed on teaching and precepting. However it was the people that I met during my interview that convinced me that AU Medical Center would be a perfect fit. Each preceptor has displayed an enthusiasm for precepting and patient care as well as a desire to get to know the resident on a personal level, which helps to make the residency challenging as well as enjoyable."


Hilary Teibel, Pharm.D., PGY2 Pediatric Pharmacy Resident (Chief Resident)

Hilary grew up in Valparaiso, Indiana and earned her PharmD from Butler University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Indianapolis, Indiana. She completed her PGY1 Pharmacy Residency with AU Medical Center/UGA College of Pharmacy. During her PGY1 year, Hilary completed research on the postoperative use of dexmedetomidine in high risk pediatric adenotonsillectomy patients. Her pharmacy practice interests include pediatric critical care and emergency medicine. In the future she aspires to be a pediatric clinical pharmacist in an academic medical center. In Hilary’s spare time she enjoys listening to live music and cooking. Hilary also loves animals, especially her dog Pigeon. 
Hilary is a Clinical Pharmacist at Community Health Network, back in Indianapolis, IN.

Biographies for 2015-2016 Residents

Benjamin Andrick, PharmD, PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

Ben earned his PharmD from Duquesne University Mylan School of Pharmacy in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is originally from Mount Joy, Pennsylvania. Ben’s areas of interest are hematology/oncology, pharmacogenomics, and translational research. In the future he hopes to become a clinical hematology/oncology pharmacist engaged in translational research and multi-disciplinary teaching endeavors. Ben’s research project is on anti-pneumococcal antibody titer response in vaccinated chronic leukemia lymphoma patients receiving ibrutinib. In Ben’s spare time he enjoys running, playing guitar, and traveling.  Ben stayed for the PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy Residency at AU Medical Center and UGA in 2016-2017. 

“I chose this program because not only was the program top notch and the preceptors experts in their field; but because I could see they cared about the residents not only as professional pharmacists, but as individuals.”

Jason Jones, PharmD, PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

Jason grew up in Durham, North Carolina and received his Bachelors of Science in biochemistry from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in Greensboro, North Carolina. He went on to earn his PharmD from the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy in Clinton, South Carolina. Jason’s practice interests include critical care, infectious disease, and oncology. In the future Jason wants to practice as a clinical pharmacist in a specialty of his choice. Jason notes he would also like to give back to the profession in areas such as teaching, precepting, organizational involvement, and research. His research project  is looking at prolonged magnesium infusion rates in critically in patients in intensive care units. Jason loves to play sports in his spare time, especially basketball and ultimate Frisbee. He also enjoys listening to music and hanging out with friends.  Jason started as a Clinical Pharmacist in the critical care setting at UNC-Rex Heatlhcare in Raleigh, NC in summer 2016.

“This is a great program with outstanding preceptors with different backgrounds. Also they have two PGY2 programs I am interested in; oncology and critical care.”

Jessie Signorelli, PharmD, PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

Jessie earned her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy Studies and PharmD from Northeastern University School of Pharmacy in Boston, Massachusetts. She is originally from East Greenbush, New York. Jessie’s areas of interests include hematology/oncology, critical care, and academia. She aspires to become an adjunct faculty member with a hematology/oncology practice site. Jessie can also see herself becoming a residency director someday. Her research project is evaluating the use of rivaroxaban for venous thromboembolism treatment in the gynecology oncology population. In her spare time, Jessie enjoys reading, running, reality TV, karaoke, and spending times with her friends and family (but mostly spending time with her cat, Hamilton). In July 2016, Jessie started her PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy Residency year at Nebraska Medicine in Omaha.

 “I felt like I was already being mentored during my interview at Georgia Regents/UGA. That’s how I knew this is where I wanted to be”

Hilary Teibel, PharmD, PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

Hilary grew up in Valparaiso, Indiana and earned her PharmD from Butler University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Indianapolis, Indiana. Her pharmacy practice interests include pediatrics and critical care. In the future Hilary aspires to be a pediatric clinical pharmacist in an academic medical center. Her current research project is postoperative use of dexmedetomidine in high risk pediatric adenotonsillectomy patients. In Hilary’s spare time she enjoys listing to live music and cooking. Hilary also loves animals, especially her dog Pigeon. Hilary stayed for the PGY2 Pediatric Pharmacy Residency at AU Medical Center and UGA in Augusta. 

“I chose Georgia Regents and UGA ” because of the quality of research opportunities, teaching experiences, and clinical rotations in my interest areas that the program offers.”
 

Kirby Welston, PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

Kirby grew up in Butler Missouri. At University of Arkansas Kirby earned her Bachelor of Science in chemistry with a minor in economics. She went on to earn her PharmD from the University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences in Aurora, Colorado. Kirby’s areas of interests include ambulatory care and oncology. Her goal, whether it is in primary care or oncology, is to work in an ambulatory care clinic, while also being a faculty member at a college of pharmacy educating future pharmacists. Kirby’s research project is on the impact of pharmacist education regarding the inappropriate screening and treatment of asymptomatic bacteriuria in internal medicine patients. In her spare time, Kirby loves to play with her cat Lola. She finds herself constantly FaceTiming with her niece who lives back in Missouri, catching up on the Real Housewives of Orange County, and trying the various restaurants around Augusta.  Kirby signed a letter of early commitment for a PGY2 Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Residency with UGA (in Athens) for 2016-2017.  

“Of all the programs I researched, I chose to pursue my PGY1 residency at Georgia Regents and UGA because of the variety of acute and ambulatory care practice settings, as well as the strong collaboration with the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy. Through this program, I can begin to develop myself as an excellent clinical pharmacist and prepare myself for a career in academia.”

Christopher Campbell, PharmD, PGY2 Pediatric Pharmacy Resident (Chief Resident)

Chris grew up in Mineola, New York and received his Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences and PharmD from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. He completed his PGY1 pharmacy residents at Medical Center at Augusta University/University of Georgia. Chris’s areas of interest include pediatrics, cardiology, and academia. In the future Chris would like to become a pharmacy faculty member with a pediatric practice site. Chris’s research project this year is on aspirin responsiveness in post-congenital heart defect repair. In his spare time, Chris enjoys reading, traveling, running, and spending time with family and friends.  In August 2016, Chris started his post-residency career as a Assistant Professor at University of Florida College of Pharmacy and a Pediatric Critical Care Pharmacy Specialist at UF Healthcare-Shands, in Gainesville, Florida.

“I chose the Georgia Regents/UGA residency program because of the diverse patient care experiences, the emphasis on education and precepting, and most importantly, the people I work with every day.”

Emily Higdon, PharmD, PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Resident

Emily is originally from Madison, Mississippi. She earned her Bachelors of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of Mississippi in Oxford, Mississippi, where she went on to earn her PharmD. Emily completed her PGY1 residency at Methodist University Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. Her areas of interests include critical care, infectious disease, and emergency medicine. In the future she hopes to practice as a critical clinical pharmacist in an inpatient setting. In this role, she would like to have the opportunity to precept students, participate in interdisciplinary rounds, and aid in the development of critical care related policies. Emily would like to remain active in various critical care organizations on not only a local, but also on a national level. Her research project is on the evaluation of empiric cefepime adequacy subsequent to the piperacillin-tazobactam shortage. In her spare time, Emily enjoys traveling with friends and family, running outdoors, football (Hotty toddy!), and trying out new restaurants.  In summer 2016, Emily joined UK Healthcare as a Medicine Intensive Care Unit (MICU) Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Lexington, Kentucky.

“I chose AU Medical Center at Augusta University because of the people and the opportunities available. Each person I met displayed an enthusiasm for patient care and furthering the development of the residents, thus making for an enjoyable, yet challenging learning environment. I knew this would be a place I could further learn and train to become a great critical care clinical pharmacist.”

Julianne Orr, PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy Resident

Julianne is originally from Rock Hill, SC and attended the University of South Carolina for pre-pharmacy training. She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the South Carolina College of Pharmacy (SCCP) in Columbia, SC. Following graduation, she completed her PGY1 residency at Greenville Health System in Greenville, SC. Currently she is the Medical Center at Augusta University/University of Georgia College of Pharmacy PGY2 Oncology resident in Augusta, GA. Her clinical interests include supportive care, transitions of care, and implementation of new clinical pharmacy services. Julianne would like to pursue an outpatient clinical oncology job at a large academic medical center. Her research project is a prospective, randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled trial evaluating of the use of olanzapine for the prevention of chemotherapy induced nausea and vomiting in hematology patients receiving highly emetogenic chemotherapy regimens. In her free time Julianne likes traveling with friends and family, going to USC football games (Go Cocks!), and listening to live music. She enjoys anything that involves good food, although you should never ask her to cook.  In August 2016, Julianne started as an Oncology Clinical Pharmacist at Indianna University Health in Indianapolis, Indiana.

“I chose Georgia Regents/UGA because of the oncology experiences, teaching and precepting opportunities, and the family environment within the pharmacy department.”