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Current Pharmacy Residents

Jenny Lee

Jenny C Lee, PharmD


Personal Statement: I am originally from southern California, but I consider Boston my home as well. I graduated from Northeastern University this past spring, where I received both my Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy Studies and Doctorate of Pharmacy. Currently, I am interested in emergency medicine and ambulatory care. After I complete my PGY1, I hope to either pursue PGY2 training or work as a clinical pharmacist in an inpatient setting.

Residency Project
: A retrospective review of vancomycin dosing in neonates.
Mitchell Brinkworth

Mitchell Brinkworth, PharmD


Personal Statement: I was raised in Floyds Knobs, Indiana, and had the privilege of attending the Purdue University College of Pharmacy. During summer and winter breaks, I worked as an intern at a hospital in Louisville, Kentucky. I am very passionate about antimicrobial stewardship and transitions of care, and I am aiming to further my education and training by pursuing a PGY2 in internal medicine. A future goal of mine is to become adjunct faculty at a university during my practice.

Residency Project
: Evaluation of a Piperacillin-Tazobactam Loading Dose Followed by Extended Infusions Protocol.
Past Residents      College of Pharmacy Year Current Position Residency Project
Kelsey Isfort, PharmD Univ. of Cincinnati 2017-18 Clinical Pharmacist – TriHealth Oncology Infusion Centers (Cincinnati, OH) A Comparison Between Pharmacist and Nurse Provision of Oral Chemotherapy Counseling and Follow-up: Impact on Patient Care and Adherence
Rachel Ruehl, PharmD Univ. of Cincinnati 2017-18 Health-System Pharmacy Specialist, ALK-Abello (Los Angeles, CA) Implementation of a Pharmacist-managed Penicillin Skin Testing Service within a Community Teaching Hospital
Marissa Guillen, PharmD University of Findlay 2016-17 Clinical Pharmacy Specialist – Emergency Medicine, Grandview Medical Center (Dayton, OH) Outcomes of an Inpatient Pharmacist-led Discharge Intervention on Medication-related Problems Post-discharge
Eric Place, PharmD, BCPS The Ohio State University 2016-17

Clinical Pharmacist – Northwest Medical Center (Tucson, AZ)

Adjunct Faculty, University of Arizona
Cost Analysis & Length of Stay Associated with Linezolid vs. Vancomycin Use in Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus Pneumonia in a Regional Health Organization

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