Taylor Dennison, PharmD
Pharmacy School: University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy
Comparison of etoposide versus cyclophosphamide-based chemomobilization for autologous bone marrow transplant in lymphoma
In my residency search I was hoping to find a program that offered a wide variety of pharmacy experiences which would enable me to become a pharmacy leader in clinical practice, research, and education in order to enhance patient care and advance the profession of pharmacy. Consequently, I was drawn to UNC because of the numerous rotations offered in both the inpatient and outpatient settings, the flipped research model, and the close association between UNC Medical Center and the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. The pharmacists at UNC play an integral role within the multidisciplinary healthcare team and challenge residents to grow into independent practitioners. I was also looking for an intangible “fit” factor which I felt immediately on my interview day. I could tell that everyone at UNC- preceptors, co-residents, staff- was committed to helping me make this the most rewarding and successful year possible.