Johlee S. Odinet, PharmD

PGY1 Pharmacy Practice


Pharmacy School: Xavier University of Louisiana College of Pharmacy

Undergraduate: Louisiana State University


New Orleans, LA


Evaluation of P2Y12 receptor antagonist usage and the clinical impact of therapeutic adjustments at a tertiary medical center


Residency training is indispensable for future pharmacists and aspiring clinicians, and the University of North Carolina excels at offering a breadth of experiences to guide residents in their development as pharmacy leaders and educators. I was most excited to engage students from the University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy through both didactic teaching and clinical layered-learning opportunities. I was also drawn to unique elements of this program such as the leadership training series, structured feedback model and built-in project days at the end of each rotation. The culture of learning and encouragement that UNC has fostered for its residents over the years is truly unmatched.

For more information, contact: Moo Sultan

Said "Moo" Sultan, PharmD, BCCCP
Residency Program Director, PGY1 Pharmacy Residency 
Clinical Specialist, Critical Care
Assistant Professor of Clinical Education