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Callee Brooks, PharmD

PGY1 Acute Care


Callee Brooks

Education

Pharmacy School: University of Tennessee

Hometown

Nashville, TN

Research

Incidence of Skin Changes in Patients with Myasthenia Gravis Prescribed Mycophenolate or Azathioprine

Why UNC

The decision to pursue PGY1 residency training at UNC Medical Center was an easy one for me! PGY1 year is all about learning, establishing your clinical presence as an independent pharmacist, and taking advantage of all the opportunities to develop a strong foundation of skills for future practice. It was evident that UNC provides all the opportunities for me to reach these professional goals, but it was ultimately the large residency class and all the support systems put in place by residency leadership that sold me! I had no doubt that I would be challenged to practice at the forefront of clinical practice while training under preceptors who are experts in their subspecialties. And at the same time, I felt confident I would have the support and develop the skills that would allow me to prioritize my own well-being and personal goals along the way. I also enjoy teaching and mentoring, so the strong relationship with the Eshelman School of Pharmacy in the setting of a large academic medical center really drew me to this program. I feel so fortunate to have the opportunity to train at an institution that has such a dedication to teaching and where pharmacy practice is so highly respected and valued. Since I moved to Chapel Hill, I had an instant home away from home with my co-residents and I can't wait to see what we are all able to accomplish this year as Pharmacy Tar Heels!

Email Callee at Callee.Brooks@unchealth.unc.edu

For more information contact:

Kamakshi Rao

Kamakshi Rao, PharmD, BCOP, CPP, FASHP
Assistant Director, Academic Enterprises and Research Programs