PGY-2 Transplant Residency
This program provides the resident with a broad educational experience in solid organ transplantation according to ASHP PGY2 residency training standards. The primary focus of the residency is abdominal transplant (kidney, liver, and pancreas) of adult patients with a secondary focus on cardiothoracic (heart and lung) transplant.
Meet Our Resident
PGY1: UW Health
Pharmacy School: Oregon State University
Residency Project: Impact of Pharmacist Management of Cytomegalovirus Preemptive Monitoring on Prophylaxis Success & Infection Related Outcomes
Career Interests: Cardiothoracic transplant, infectious diseases, transitions of care
Hobbies: I love to go hiking and then immediately canceling that out by baking sweets. I also love to explore new restaurants, spending time with loved ones and befriending dogs.
Why UW? UW offered everything that I was looking for in a residency program and more. The innovative and progressive pharmacy department, supportive preceptors and wide breadth of clinical experiences made UW stand out from other programs. Lastly, it has a strong sense of community, one of the most important aspects to me. I am so incredibly excited to be staying on at UW and training as a transplant pharmacist.
Contact E-mail: CWong@uwhealth.org