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Kurtis Stocker, PharmD

PGY2 Oncology 

Kurtis Stocker

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Pharmacy School: University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy

PGY1: UNC Medical Center


Bath, ME


PGY1: Evaluation of a device-agnostic cloud-based data management platform in a multidisciplinary specialty clinic

PGY2: Real-world safety and efficacy analysis of venetoclax with concomitant triazole antifungals for patients with acute myeloid leukemia


I am 100% confident that I made the right choice in coming to UNC for my residency experience, I feel extremely fortunate to call myself a pharmacy Tar Heel. Initially I was apprehensive about the sheer number of residents here at UNC, I thought it would be difficult to form strong relationships with preceptors and co-residents. However, one of the things that I quickly learned is that having a large cohort of residents is actually an advantage because it provides an entirely new support system. I realized that the pharmacy department is comprised of a strong cohesive group of individuals who truly enjoy working together.  In addition to our family support system another thing that really sticks out to me is that UNC trains teachers. The layered learning model, flipped research model, servant based leadership and various educational opportunities are great examples of how UNC residents are trained to become true mentors and teachers for students in the future.

For more information contact:

Kamakshi Rao

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