PGY-2 Transplant Resident
Pharmacy School: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University - Worcester
Residency Project: Impact of DAA Therapy on Tacrolimus in HCV NAT-Positive Transplant Recipients
Career Interests: Currently training in abdominal transplant, but excited to explore thoracic!
Hobbies: Reading, writing, origami, spending time with friends and family
Why UW? My PGY-1 year allowed me to delve into a wide variety of specialties, each with the help of phenomenal preceptors and providers, and I view my PGY-2 year as a unique opportunity to continue learning and growing as a health care professional within those specialties. Expectations of residents are naturally high, but with a collaborative attitude and a focus on developing clinical independence, the culture of lifelong learning at UW helped me feel motivated and empowered to take responsibility for my patients, projects, and leadership roles. I cannot wait to gain a deeper understanding of the complex interplay between immunosuppression, antimicrobial prophylaxis, and chronic disease states among transplant patients, and to become an integrated part of the transplant pharmacy team.
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