PGY-2 Oncology Residency
This program is designed to provide the residents a broad and in-depth exposure to inpatient and outpatient oncology pharmacy practice. This consists of clinical rotations in the inpatient and/or outpatient settings in hematology, various solid tumors (oncology), pediatrics, and stem cell transplantation (BMT, including CAR-T) at an academic medical center designated as a National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) member institution and as a National Cancer Institute Comprehensive Cancer Center. Residents also have experiences in oncology operations and management, as well as longitudinal ambulatory clinics.
Meet Our Residents
PGY1: UW Health
Pharmacy School: University of Wisconsin
Residency Project: Don’t Go Breaking My Heart: Pharmacists Role in Managing Cancer Associated Cardiotoxicities
Career Interests: Oncology, Ambulatory Care
Hobbies: Cooking, reading, traveling, enjoying Madison
Why UW? Because of the depth and breadth of rotation offerings and educational opportunities I knew that I would be challenged to learn as much as possible as a clinician. The entire pharmacy department is dedicated to advancing pharmacy practice and serving as a national leader in that respect. One of the most notable ways that advancement is accomplished is through the excellent pharmacy residency programs, and I knew taking part in the Wisconsin Residency Tradition would set me up for success throughout the rest of my career. And as an added bonus, as a Wisconsin native, the prospect of continuing to live in Madison was appealing to me.
Contact E-mail: OFahey@uwhealth.org
PGY1: UW Health
Pharmacy School: Butler University
Residency Project: Molecular Tumor Board based
Career Interests: Hematology, Bone Marrow Transplant, Genetic-Driven Therapies
Hobbies: Weightlifting, trying out new restaurants/breweries, hanging out with co-residents, and cheering on the Chicago Blackhawks and Butler Bulldogs.
Why UW? Staying on for a PGY-2 in heme/onc at UW was a no-brainer. The residency is very well-balanced with inpatient and outpatient rotations and a variety of electives. Additionally, we have top-notch preceptors who go out of their way to make sure that you’re getting the most out of your residency and who are a blast to hang out with outside of the hospital. Plus, Madison is a great town to live in with plenty of restaurants/bars, breweries, and an endless supply of cheese curds.
Contact E-mail: DPrzybylski@uwhealth.org