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    Christian Conley, PharmD

    PGY2  –  Health System Pharmacy Administration/MS Resident

    Education:
    • PharmD –  Samford University, McWhorter School of Pharmacy
    • Undergrad –  University of North Florida
    • PGY1 – UNC Hospitals and Clinics
    Research:
    • Evaluation of Microbial Ingress Prevention using a Closed System Transfer Device
       
    Why UNC?
    • What drew me to UNC was the caliber of clinical training and leadership development that its residents receive. The active learning environment at UNC enables its residents to enhance their clinical acumen by being an integral part of the medical team. As an Admin Resident, we not only have an active role in learning and developing necessary leadership traits, but also we the have ability to influence the practice of pharmacy and patient care provided by the Department of Pharmacy. I am very pleased to be a part of the UNC Team.
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    Liz Hess, PharmD

    PGY1  –  Health System Pharmacy Administration/MS Resident

    Education:
    • PharmD –  The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy
    • Undergrad –  The Ohio State University
    Research:
    • TBD
       
    Why UNC?
    • The excellence in clinical practice is what drew me initially to the UNC program. The family atmosphere amongst the department was also an important factor in coming to UNC. Lastly, UNC was one of the few programs with volunteerism included in the residency program. It is also part of the hospital's mission. I am so thankful to be part of the UNC family where I am able to get excellent clinical and administrative training.
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    Kayley Lyons, PharmD, BCPS

    PGY2  –  Health System Pharmacy Administration/MS Resident

    Education:
    • PharmD –  South Dakota State University College of Pharmacy
    • Undergrad –  South Dakota State University
    • PGY1 – UNC Hospitals and Clinics
    Research:
    • Pilot survey: global assessment of the advancement of hospital pharmacy practice according to the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) Basel Statements
       
    Why UNC?
    • I was initially drawn to UNC by its strong reputation in clinical pharmacy, academia, and research, but quickly learned that UNC's differentiating factor is the people. The leadership team individualizes your personal and professional development. The preceptors are dedicated mentors who challenge residents to rise to the level of care patients deserve. All of my co-residents are my best friends, role models, and family. This program is the perfect fit for someone who wants to be a part of something bigger than themselves.
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    Jami E. Mann, PharmD, MBA

    PGY1  –  Health System Pharmacy Administration/MS Resident

    Education:
    • PharmD –  University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy
    • Undergrad –  Western Kentucky University
    Research:
    • TBD
       
    Why UNC?
    • Coming from a clinically grounded institution, I wanted a challenging PGY1 clinical experience to accompany my administrative training. UNC preceptors are of the highest caliber and more than willing to share their knowledge with you. Coupled with a dynamic, intelligent, and progressive leadership team that is interested in developing all residents as future practice leaders, UNC is the perfect fit for my growth and development as a new practitioner.
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    Sarah J. Moore, PharmD, BCPS

    PGY2  –  Health System Pharmacy Administration/MS Resident

    Education:
    • PharmD –  UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy
    • Undergrad –  James Madison University
    • PGY1 – UNC Hospitals and Clinics
    Research:
    • Use of video technology in improving pharmacist efficiency and patient comprehension with anticoagulation counseling.
       
    Why UNC?
    • After graduating from the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, I knew that I wanted to continue my training at UNC as a resident. As a learner, I was impressed by the clinicians and administrators who are committed to teaching and promoting growth both professionally and personally. Ultimately I was looking for a program that would provide me with the opportunity to work alongside pharmacy practitioners who are leaders in the profession and dedicated to improving the future of pharmacy practice.
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    Daniel P. O’Neil, PharmD

    PGY1  –  Health System Pharmacy Administration/MS Resident

    Education:
    • PharmD –  Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
    • Undergrad –  University of Pittsburgh
    Research:
    • TBD
       
    Why UNC?
    • The University of North Carolina gives me the opportunity to enhance my management skills, expand my clinical knowledge, and increase my health-system pharmacy experience. Our residency is designed to provide the resources necessary to meet each resident’s short and long term goals.
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    Halena Leah Sautman, PharmD

    PGY1  –  Health System Pharmacy Administration/MS Resident

    Education:
    • PharmD –  Palm Beach Atlantic University
    • Undergrad –  Florida Atlantic University
    Research:
    • TBD
    Why UNC?
    • I wanted a program that would challenge me to solidify my clinical knowledge and help mold me into a great professional pharmacy leader. I felt as though UNC's culture of clinical excellence and innovation would afford me the greatest opportunity to do so. What I've found in UNC is a learning environment with preceptors who challenge you to think for yourself using evidence based medicine to guide you, mentors and managers who are passionate about shaping their residents into better versions of themselves, and co-residents who truly care about care about each other.
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    Shailly Shah, PharmD, BCPS

    PGY2  –  Health System Pharmacy Administration/MS Resident

    Education:
    • PharmD –  University of Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy
    • Undergrad –  University of Pittsburgh
    • PGY1 – UNC Hospitals and Clinics
    Research:
    • Evaluation of Residency Assessment Programs
       
    Why UNC?
    • I wanted to train in a residency program where I could grow strongly both as a clinician and leader. In addition to the unique structure of the program, what brought me here is the culture of the department. The constant culture of change and innovation will afford me great learning opportunities. I look forward to working with a diverse group of preceptors and management team and am excited to work with such a friendly and encouraging team of residents, preceptors, and managers.
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