Daniel Felix, PharmD, BCPS

Position: Clinical Pharmacist – Abdominal Transplant

Education/Post Graduation Training: PharmD, Northeastern University; PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency, Tufts Medical Center; PGY2 Solid Organ Transplant Pharmacy Residency, UW Health

Organizational Involvement: Member of American College of Clinical Pharmacy Immunology/Transplant Practice and Research Network; Member of American Society of Transplantation Pharmacy Community of Practice; Current ACCP IMTR PRN New Practitioners Council Chair; AST Organ Donation Awareness Workgroup

Current Projects/Initiatives: Thymoglobulin use in DCD liver transplantation, Thymoglobulin dosing in renal and pancreas transplant induction, Envarsus safety in pancreas transplants, Immunization Guideline in Abdominal Transplant Recipients

Research Interests: Safety and efficacy of immunosuppression in kidney, pancreas, and liver transplant recipients; medication adherence in transplant recipients

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Jillian Fose, PharmD, BCPS, FAST

Position: Clinical Pharmacist – Solid Organ Transplant

Education/Post Graduation Training: BA in Chemistry from Valparaiso University, PharmD from University of Michigan, PGY1 Practice Residency and PGY2 Transplant Specialty Residency at UW Health 

Organizational Involvement: Member of the AST Pharmacy CoP, previously served as a Member at Large on the Board of the Pharmacy CoP and was also Chair of the AST Pharmacy CoP Organ Donation Workgroup.

Current Projects/Initiatives: Review induction utilization within the kidney transplant population and present this to Transplant Leadership

Research Interests: Immunosuppressive medication, infectious complications post-transplantation

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Dave Hager, PharmD, BCPS

Position: Director – Clinical Pharmacy Services

Education/Post-Graduate Training: PharmD, University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy; PGY1 Pharmacy, UW Health

Organizational Involvement: ASHP House of Delegates, Board of Pharmacy Specialties Employer Advisory Board Member, Vizient Professional Development and Workforce Committee Co-Chair, Great Lakes Residency Conference Executive Committee

Current Projects/Initiatives: Pharmacist embedded within inpatient teams, pending of discharge medications, transplant ambulatory medication

management, indications on take-home medications, diabetes transitions of care model

Research Interests: Transitions of Care, Leadership, Transplant Induction Immunosuppression

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Kimberly Holdener, PharmD, BCPS

Position: Clinical Pharmacist, Transplant & Nephrology; Transplant PGY2 Residency Program Director, Practice sites include the inpatient transplant unit, Transplant Clinic, Kidney Clinic and Wisconsin Dialysis, Inc (WDI)

Professional Pharmacy Training : PharmD at Purdue University, PGY1 at Barnes- Jewish Hospital; PGY2-Kidney Transplant & Nephrology, Hennepin County Medical Center

Organizational Involvement: Co-Chair Pharmacy Informatics Subcommittee, Pharmacy Practice Committee, Advancement Review Council, Resident Advisory Committee, PGY2 Resident Advisory Committee, WDI QAPI (Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement) Committee, Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Subcommittee

Current Projects/Initiatives: Ongoing management of the Chronic Kidney Disease Anemia Clinic at the Kidney Clinic; an examination of immunosuppression in HLA zero-mismatch kidney transplant recipients, implementation of pharmacist management of anemia in hemodialysis patients at WDI

Research Interests: Anemia in chronic kidney disease, bone mineral metabolism in chronic kidney disease, immunosuppression in kidney transplant

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Margaret R Jorgenson, PharmD, BCPS

Position: Clinical Pharmacist – Solid Organ Transplant and Infectious Diseases

Professional Pharmacy Training: PGY1 Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA. PGY2 Infectious Diseases University of Michigan Hospital and Health System

Organizational Involvement: Member SIDP; membership committee. Member AST Pharmacy CoP and Organ Donation Workgroup and Member AST Infectious Disease CoP

Current Projects/Initiatives: Implementation and streamlining of an Antiviral Outpatient Stewardship Program, Interaction between CMV and transplant outcomes, opportunistic infections in varying populations of interest. Quality Improvement initiatives including evaluation of invasive fungal infection prophylaxis protocol. Collaborative research with outside practioners regarding the care of transplant population and infectious complications. Collaborative translational research with colleagues at UW School of Pharmacy

Research Interests: Infectious complications after abdominal solid organ transplant; epidemiology, prevention and outcomes

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Joshua Wiegel, PharmD, BCPS

Position: Clinical Pharmacist, Inpatient (Abdominal Transplant)

Education/Post Graduation Training: PharmD from UW-Madison, PGY-1 practice residency at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU)

Organizational Involvement: Informatics Pharmacy Practice Subcommittee member




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Owner:Mike F.Group:UW Health Pharmacy
Created:2019-04-11 17:13 CDTUpdated:2021-09-23 12:23 CDT
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