Daniel Crona, PharmD, PhD, CPP
Assistant Professor, UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy; CPP, GU Malignancies
Residency Associated Title and Involvement
Translational Research/PGY2 Residency Research Project Preceptor
Undergraduate: University of Colorado (BS Biology, 2006); Monmouth College (BA History, 1998)
School of Pharmacy: University of Colorado School of Pharmacy
Additional Education: University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy (PhD, Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2015); UNC-Duke (NIGMS-funded post-doctoral fellowship in clinical pharmacology, 2014-2015)
My rotation is for PGY-2 residents who would like to pursue fellowship or PhD training after the completion of their PGY-2 hematology/oncology residency, and seek a research-focused career path.
The resident will spend the rotation in my lab to gain a deeper understanding of research and experimental design, clinical pharmacology (pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, pharmacogenetics, drug metabolism/transport), biostatistics, and molecular biology.