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Erin Mays, PharmD

PGY1 Ambulatory Care

Erin Mays


Pharmacy School: UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy


Louisville, Kentucky


The impact of carboplatin dosing in obese women with ovarian cancer on toxicities, planned treatment, and outcomes


The pharmacy residency program at UNC Medical Center is truly unmatched, and I could not imagine completing my pharmacy residency anywhere else. From working at UNC throughout pharmacy school, I was able to see how the pharmacists are completely integrated into the medical team, and are dedicated to practicing at the top of their licenses. Additionally, the entire pharmacy department here at UNC is dedicated to their residency program and cares about our growth and development, something clearly evident to me during my interview. The preceptors and residency leadership team create a supportive environment where we are encouraged to pursue both our professional and personal goals. I know that the patient-centered Ambulatory Care Track PGY1 curriculum, combined with the UNC model for research, teaching, and leadership, will thoroughly develop me into the future pharmacy leader I want to be.

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Kamakshi Rao

Kamakshi Rao, PharmD, BCOP, CPP, FASHP
Assistant Director for Education, Research, and Practice Training