Residency Programs
Residency Program - PGY2 Oncology

Residency Program Director

Patrick J. Medina, Pharm.D., BCOP
Associate Professor Department of Pharmacy: Clinical and Administrative Sciences

Residency Program Preceptors

Patrick J. Medina, Pharm.D., BCOP
Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy: Clinical and Administrative Sciences Practice area: hematology/oncology

Sarah Hopps, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCOP
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy: Clinical and Administrative Sciences Practice area: blood and marrow transplant and hematology/oncology

Emily B. Borders, Pharm.D., BCOP
Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy: Clinical and Administrative Sciences Practice area: hematology/oncology

Sheli D. Kraft, Pharm.D.
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy: Clinical and Administrative Sciences Manager of Oncology Pharmacy Services, Mercy Health System: outpatient hematology/oncology

Residency Program Alumni

Brian Dinh, Pharm.D., BCPS
Clinical Pharmacist
Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center

Allison Baxley, Pharm.D.
Clinical Pharmacist, University of Oklahoma Stephenson Cancer Center
Practice area: outpatient hematology/oncology

Sarah Hopps, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCOP
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy: Clinical and Administrative Sciences Practice area: blood and marrow transplant and hematology/oncology

Sheli D. Kraft, Pharm.D.
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy: Clinical and Administrative Sciences
Manager of Pharmacy Services, Cancer Care Associates
Practice area: outpatient hematology/oncology

A.S.H.P. Logo
This residency program is accredited by the
American Society of Health–System Pharmacists™.

The goal of this PGY2 residency in oncology is to prepare the post-doctoral resident for a career in oncology practice with either a health care or an academic institution or for continued fellowship training in oncology pharmacy. This one year position provides the resident with the academic rank of Clinical Instructor with the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy. Offering a broad range of experiences in an established clinical site for advanced training in oncology pharmacotherapeutics, electives are available in numerous sub-specialty areas and can be tailored to the resident’s interests. Possible electives include inpatient solid tumor, bone marrow transplant, and consult service. Outpatient opportunities exist at the OU Stephenson Cancer Center and fellows clinic.

Practice Site

This residency is offered and administered by the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy. The resident will function as a clinical pharmacist in the OU Medical Center – Presbyterian Tower and the OU Stephenson Cancer Center. The OU Medical Center is a 400-bed teaching hospital located on the Health Sciences Center campus near downtown Oklahoma City. Practice areas include internal medicine, MICU, CICU, PCCU, oncology, bone marrow transplant, and outpatient clinics. The OU Health Sciences Center is a comprehensive health sciences center offering education in all seven health science disciplines.

OU Medical Center:
http://www.ouphysicians.com/landing.cfm?id=24

OU Cancer Institute:
http://www.oumedicine.com/cancer/

Residency Learning Experiences

Rotations

Inpatient/outpatient solid tumor, inpatient/outpatient bone marrow transplant, pediatric hematology/oncology or bone marrow transplant, gynecology/oncology, hematology/oncology consult service.

Professional Meetings:

Hematology Oncology Pharmacy Association (HOPA)

Resident Committee Work

ASHP Midyear, Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group (PPAG) Spring Forum

Resident committee work

Various OUCOP pharmacy residency specific committees opportunities exist in addition to oncology specific opportunities. Some examples of oncology specific opportunities include: OU Cancer Committee, OU Cancer Center Scientific Review Committee, and the OU Bone Marrow Transplant Committee.