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PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy Residency: Meet Our Residents

The resident in University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics' PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy Residency will participate as a member of the hematology/oncology team at UW Hospital and Clinics and UW Carbone Cancer Center.

 

Meet Our Residents 

 

Cameron Ninos

  • PGY1: UW Health
  • Pharmacy School: University of Pittsburgh
  • Residency Project: A clinical and health-system focused assessment of BEAM vs. BeEAM conditioning regimens for autologous stem cell transplantation.
  • Career Interests: Bone marrow transplant, immunotherapy, project management
  • Hobbies: Live music, biking/hiking, traveling
  • Why UW? I love the diverse experience offered by this program. This includes the strong inpatient care that I benefited from as a PGY1 in addition to a wide array of ambulatory experiences where you're able to know your patients and work with expert pharmacists and attending physicians. Other major assets of the program are the personalized education, which caters to an individual's career interests, and the enthusiastic preceptors who are constantly willing to take the extra time to teach or work on a project, while constantly encouraging you to expand your practice as a pharmacist. Finally, I love the UW spirit, where pharmacists touch every patient in the hospital and resident projects lead change hospital-wide.
  • Contact E-mail: cninos@uwhealth.org
Cameron Ninos

Catherine Renna, PharmD

  • PGY1: UW Health
  • Pharmacy School: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
  • Residency Project: Checkmate: Expansion of pharmacy services to bridge the gap in the management of immune checkpoint inhibitor toxicities
  • Career Interests: Oncology/hematology, pediatrics, professional development, research
  • Hobbies: Cheering on the best team in baseball, the St. Louis Cardinals, spending time with friends and family and attending country music concerts
  • Why UW? UW offers challenging rotations with strong preceptor mentorship, a wealth of opportunities, and the pharmacy department is very progressive. The oncology residency program is unique in that it provides experiences that touch the patient at every point within the transitions of care process. As residents, our projects are meaningful and actually impact pharmacy services to improve patient care throughout the entire health system. The preceptors and advisors are supportive and invested in helping you develop into a successful pharmacist. UW is an ideal fit for me. Lastly, the beer and cheese selection may also have been a deciding factor.
  • Contact E-mail: crenna@uwhealth.org
 Catherine Renna