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Keri Bazzell, PharmD (R25)
 Keri Bazzell

Dr. Bazzell, originally from Murray, Kentucky, received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2012 from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy. Prior to that, she obtained a BA in French and completed pre-pharmacy coursework at Murray State University. Her current practice interests include cardiology, oncology, and ambulatory care. To strengthen her presentation and didactic skills, this year Dr. Bazzell will be working toward completion of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Certificate program offered by the University of Kentucky. Her research project this year investigates the impact of MIC on treatment outcomes using vancomycin and linezolid in MRSA pneumonia. Upon completion of her PGY1 residency, Dr. Bazzell plans to obtain a position as a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in a community hospital. Besides pharmacy, she enjoys spending time with friends, visiting family in western Kentucky, and cheering on the Wildcats. 

 

 Stephanie ChaseStephanie Chase, PharmD (R26)

Dr. Chase came to Saint Joseph Hospital from Boise, Idaho.  She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2012 from Idaho State University.  Dr. Chase was drawn to the Saint Joseph Residency program for the friendly, dedicated clinical staff and the wide variety of rotation opportunities offered.  Dr. Chase’s professional interests include oncology and infectious disease.  Her research will analyze the incidence of carboplatin doses held or decreased based on two different dosing schemes using the Jellife versus Cockcroft-Gault methods for estimating creatinine clearance.  While completing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Certificate program, Dr. Chase looks forward to developing her own set of skills as a preceptor.  Dr. Chase intends to pursue a PGY2 residency in a specialty of her choice.  After which, she hopes to obtain a position as a clinical pharmacy specialist in a tertiary care hospital or an ambulatory care oncology clinic.  Beyond her residency experiences, she enjoys camping, white water rafting, traveling to Australia, and exploring her new home in the Bluegrass.  

 

 Deborah Engelbrecht, PharmD (R27)Deb Engelbrecht

Dr. Engelbrecht, originally from Lexington, received her Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Eastern Kentucky University in 2006. She then went on to obtain her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2012 from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy. Her current practice interests include critical care, emergency medicine, and infectious diseases, while expanding her knowledge in other areas of clinical practice. This year she will be developing and strengthening her leadership and teaching skills through the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Certificate program. Her research project will be comparing the efficacy of alternative carbapenem dosing strategies. Upon completion of her PGY1 residency at Saint Joseph Hospital, Dr. Engelbrecht plans to pursue a PGY2 specialty residency in critical care or emergency medicine, eventually taking a clinical pharmacist position. In her free time, she likes to bake, sew, dance, cheer the Wildcats, and spend time with her fiancé, Eric. 

 

Drew Redden

 Andrew Redden, PharmD (R28)

Drew is originally from Maysville, KY. He received his Bachelors of Arts in Biology from Georgetown College in 2008 and h his Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2012 from the University Of Kentucky College Of Pharmacy.  His current therapeutic interests include critical care and infectious diseases, but hopes to be exposed to all areas of clinical practice over the next year.  His research will look at the dosing of vancomycin in morbidly obese patients.  Drew is also interested in precepting students as well as completing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Certification program.  His future plans are to take a position as a Clinical Pharmacist in a local community hospital after residency.  Besides pharmacy, Drew enjoys spending time with friends and family, as well as time outdoors, and rooting on the Kentucky Wildcats.

 

Ryan Shely, PharmD (R29)Ryan Shely

Dr. Shely is originally from Morehead, KY.  He received his Bachelors of Arts in Mathematics from Georgetown College in 2008 and his Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2012 from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy.  His current therapeutic interests include oncology and cardiology, but hopes to be exposed to all areas of clinical practice over the next year.  His research will look at the effectiveness of dual versus single antiplatelet therapy in preventing mortality, restenosis, thrombosis, 30-day readmissions, and bleeding events in post-CABG patients.  Dr. Shely is also interested in precepting students as well as completing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Certification program.  His future plans are to take a position as a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in a local community hospital after residency.  Besides pharmacy, Dr. Shely enjoys spending time with friends and family, golfing, and rooting on the Kentucky Wildcats.


Former Residents - Where are they now?

Kimberly (Deady) Pesaturo, PharmD, BCPS (R1)
PGY1 2005-2006
PGY2 in Pediatrics, University of Kentucky HealthCare, Lexington, KY 
Current Position:  Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice (Pediatrics), Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Worcester, MA

Adam Pesaturo, PharmD, BCPS (R2)
PGY1 2005-2006
PGY2 in Critical Care, University of Kentucky
Current Position: Critical Care Clinical Specialist, Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, MA

Alissa Langley, PharmD, BCPS (R3)
PGY1 2006-2007
Current Position: Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Continuing Care Hospital, Lexington, KY

Terri (Suffoletta) Cook, PharmD, BCPS (R4)
PGY1 2006-2007
PGY2 in Cardiology 2007-2008
Current Position: Clinical Staff Pharmacist, University of Kentucky Healthcare, Lexington, KY

Michael Moranville, PharmD, BCPS (R5)
PGY1 2007-2008
PGY2 in Cardiology, University of North Carolina Hospitals, Chapel Hill, NC 
Current Position:  Clinical Pharmacy Specialist-Cardiology, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL     

Christopher Paciullo, PharmD, BCPS (R6)
PGY1 2007-2008
PGY2 in Critical Care, University of Kentucky HealthCare, Lexington, KY 
Current Position:  Critical Care Clinical Specialist, Emory Hospital, Atlanta, GA

Elaine DePrang, PharmD (R7)
PGY1 2008-2009
Current Position:  Director Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator, Medical Center Hospital, Odessa, TX

Megan (Fitzgerald) Dorrell, PharmD, BCPS (R8)
PGY1 2008-2009
PGY2 in Pharmacotherapy, Clarian Health, Indianapolis, IN
Current Position: Clinical Pharmacy Specialist-Renal Am Care, Methodist Hospital/Clarian Health, Indianapolis, IN

Kena Lanham, PharmD, BCPS (R9)
PGY1 2008-2009
PGY2 in Cardiology, University of Kentucky HealthCare, Lexington, KY 
Current Position: Interventional Cardiology Pharmacy Specialist, St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis, IN; Assistant Professor, Butler University, Indianapolis, IN

Brian Lindvahl, PharmD, BCPS (R10)
PGY1 2008-2009
Current Position:  Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Saint Joseph Hospital, Lexington, KY

Khuong An (KA) Nguyen, PharmD, BCPS (R11)
PGY1 Huntsville Hospital System, Huntsville, AL – 2008-2009
PGY2 in Cardiology – 2009-2010
Current Position:  Clinical Pharmacy Cardiology Specialist, Kaiser Permanente, Atlanta, GA

Rebecca Bickley, PharmD (R12)
PGY1 2009-2010
Current Position:  Critical Care Pharmacy Specialist, Peninsula Regional Medical Center, Salisbury, MD; Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice, University of Maryland Eastern Shore School of Pharmacy, Princess Anne, MD

Kenneth Kennedy, PharmD (R13)
PGY1 2009-2010
PGY2 – Joint PGY2/Masters in Oncology, University of Kentucky HealthCare, Lexington, KY – 2010-2012
Current Position:  Clinical Pharmacy Specialist – Oncology, University Hospital-UC Health, Cincinnati, OH

Meghan (Pittman) Driggs, PharmD (R14)
PGY1 2008-2009
Current Position:  Clinical Staff Pharmacist, Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, PA

Colleen Westendorf, PharmD (R15)
PGY1 2009-2010
PGY2 - Joint PGY2/Masters in Oncology, University of Kentucky HealthCare, Lexington, KY – 2010-2012
Current Position:  Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Clinical Pharmacist, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis, TN

Lindsey DeMers, PharmD (R16)
PGY1 2010-2011
PGY2 in Cardiology – 2011-2012
Current Position:  Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - Cardiology, Providence Hospitals, Columbia, SC

Scott Hayes, PharmD (R17)
PGY1 2010-2011
Current Position: Clinical Pharmacist, Neonatal ICU at University of Louisville Hospital, Louisville, KY

Crystal Mounce, PharmD (R18)
PGY1 2010-2011
Current Position: Clinical Pharmacist, University of Louisville Hospital, Louisville, KY

Patrick Ratliff, PharmD, BCPS (R19)
PGY1 2010-2011
Current Position: Clinical Pharmacist, Saint Joseph Hospital Outpatient Hematology Oncology Clinic, Lexington, KY

James Ross, PharmD (R20)
PGY1 2010-2011
Current Position: Medication Reconciliation Pharmacist, Saint Joseph Hospital, Lexington, KY

Brooke Caudel, PharmD (R21)
PGY1 2011-2012
Current Position:  Clinical Oncology Pharmacist, Norton Cancer Institute, Louisville, KY

Xiaomeng (Catherine) Hou, PharmD (R22)
PGY1 2011-2012
Current Position:  Clinical Staff Pharmacist, Saint Elizabeth Hospital, Florence, KY

Amanda Jones, PharmD (R23)
PGY1 2011-2012
Current Position:  Clinical Staff Pharmacist, Deaconess Health System, Evansville, IN

Tiffany (Skaggs) Fritz, PharmD (R24)
PGY1 2011-2012
Current Position:  Clinical Pharmacist, Meadowview Regional Medical Center, Maysville, KY


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