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Current Residents

Pharmacy Residency Class of 2016-2017

PGY1 Pharmacy Residents

Andrea Fetea, PharmaD

 

Andrea Fetea, PharmD

Email: andrea.fetea@memorialhermann.org

Dr. Fetea, raised in Houston, Texas, received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in May of 2016 from the University Of Houston College Of Pharmacy. Her practice areas of interest include cardiology, oncology, and emergency medicine. Additionally, Dr. Fetea, has an interest in teaching and plans to complete the University of Houston College of Pharmacy Teaching and Scholarship Program. In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Fetea is a member of the Vizient Professional Development and Workforce committee. Her research project is focused on oral contraceptive use in transplant patients. Upon completion of her PGY1 residency, Dr. Fetea plans to pursue a PGY2. Ultimately, she hopes to obtain a clinical position at a large academic medical center and act as a preceptor for a local college of pharmacy.

Advisor: Elaine Chow, PharmD, BCACP

 


Kaysie Jackson, PharmD

 

Kaysie Jackson, PharmD

Email: kaysie.jackson@memorialhermann.org

Dr. Jackson, born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in May of 2016 from the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy. Her practice areas of interest include pediatrics, emergency medicine, and critical care. Additionally, Dr. Jackson has an interest in teaching and plans to complete the University of Houston College of Pharmacy Teaching and Scholarship program. . In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Jackson is a member of the PGY1 Application & Interview Committee. Her research project is focused on the adverse effects of reduced valganciclovir dosing in pediatric renal transplant patients. Upon completion of her PGY1 residency, Dr. Jackson plans to pursue a PGY2 in pediatrics. Ultimately, she hopes to obtain a clinical position at a large academic medical center that is associated with a college of pharmacy where she can combine patient care, teaching and research

Advisor: Weng Man Lam, PharmD, BCPS, BCPPS

 


Chelsea Krueger, PharmD

 

Chelsea Krueger, PharmD

Email: chelsea.krueger@memorialhermann.org

Dr. Krueger was born in St. Louis, Missouri, raised in Plano, Texas, and received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in May of 2016 from Texas A&M College of Pharmacy. Her practice areas of interest include critical care and cardiology. Additionally, Dr. Krueger has an interest in teaching and plans to complete the University of Houston College of Pharmacy Teaching and Scholarship in Academia Program. In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Krueger is a member of the Medication Safety Committee. Her research project is focused on the association of therapeutic hypothermia on unfractionated heparin dosing and activated partial thrombin time response. Upon completion of her PGY1 residency, Dr. Krueger plans to complete a specialized residency. Ultimately, she hopes to obtain a clinical position at a large academic medical center with opportunities for patient care, teaching and research.

Advisor: Terri Ogg, PharmD, BCPS

 


Kathleen Kusey, PharmD

 

Kathleen Kusey, PharmD

Email: kathleen.kusey@memorialhermann.org

Dr. Kusey, born and raised in Austin, Texas, received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in May of 2016 from the University of Texas. Her practice areas of interest include critical care, internal medicine, and infectious disease. Additionally, Dr. Kusey has an interest in teaching and plans to complete the University of Houston College of Pharmacy Teaching and Scholarship Program. In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Kusey is a member of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists and the American Pharmacists Association- Academy of Student Pharmacists, as well as the RAC Social Subcommittee. Her research project is focused on enteral nutrition use in patients on neuromuscular blockers. Upon completion her PGY1 residency, Dr. Kusey plans to complete a specialized residency or pursue a clinical position. Ultimately, she hopes to obtain a clinical pharmacist position at a large academic medical center where she can combine patient care, teaching and research.

Advisor: Brittany Pelsue, PharmD, BCPS

 


Megan Moore, PharmD

 

Megan Moore, PharmD

Email: megan.moore@memorialhermann.org

Dr. Moore was born and raised in St. Charles, IL, and received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in May of 2016 from the University of Kentucky. Her practice areas of interest include emergency medicine and critical care. Additionally, Dr. Moore has an interest in teaching and plans to complete the University of Houston College of Pharmacy Teaching and Scholarship Program. In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Moore is a member of the RAC Social Subcommittee. Her research project is focused on the evaluation of a low-dose valganciclovir regimen on cytomegalovirus rates in renal transplant patients. Upon completion of her PGY1 residency, Dr. Moore plans to complete a specialized PGY2 residency. Ultimately, she hopes to obtain a clinical position at a large academic medical center that is associated with a college of pharmacy where she can combine patient care, teaching and research.

Advisor: Christine (Vi) Dang, PharmD, BCPS

 


Tyler Raduzycki, PharmD

 

Tyler Raduzycki, PharmD

Email: tyler.raduzycki@memorialhermann.org

Dr. Raduzycki was born and raised in Dracut, Massachusetts, and received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree in May of 2016 from Northeastern University in Boston. His practice areas of interest include critical care and cardiology, with a focus in heart failure, mechanical circulatory support and cardiac transplantation. Additionally, Dr. Raduzycki, has an interest in teaching and plans to complete the University of Houston College of Pharmacy Teaching and Scholarship in Academia Program. In addition to his clinical responsibilities, Dr. Raduzycki is a member of PGY1 Application & Interview Committee. His research project is focused on contrast-induced nephropathy in percutaneous coronary intervention. Upon completion of his PGY1 year, he intends on pursing further postgraduate training through a specialty PGY2 residency position. Ultimately, he hopes to obtain a clinical position at a large academic medical center that is associated with a college of pharmacy where she can combine patient care, teaching and research.

Advisor: Jigna Patel, PharmD, BCPS

 

PGY2 Cardiology Pharmacy Resident

Stephanie Kuhl, PharmD

 

Stephanie Kuhl, PharmD

Email: stephanie.kuhl@memorialhermann.org

Dr. Kuhl, born and raised in Friendswood, TX, received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in May of 2014 from the University of Houston College of Pharmacy. She completed her PGY1 Pharmacy Residency at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center. In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Kuhl is a member of ASHP and several quality improvement committees. Her research project is focused on bleeding and thrombotic outcomes with choice of antiplatelet therapy in combination with direct oral anticoagulants. Dr. Kuhl completed the teaching certificate program at the University of Houston. Upon completion of her training, Dr. Kuhl plans to pursue a clinical position at an academic institution with opportunities for patient care, teaching, and research.

Advisor: Phillip Weeks, PharmD, BCPS-AQ Cardiology

 

PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Residents

Elizabeth Franco, PharmD

 

Elizabeth Franco, PharmD

Email: elizabeth.franco@memorialhermann.org

Dr. Franco was born and raised in El Paso, Texas. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Houston College of Pharmacy in May of 2015. She completed her PGY1 Pharmacy Residency at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center in June of 2016. In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Franco is a member of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM), as well as the Texas chapter of SCCM. Her research project is focused on analyzing treatment of diabetic ketoacidosis in patients who are treated at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center. As a PGY 1 resident, Dr. Franco completed her teaching certificate through the University of Houston College of Pharmacy Teaching and Academia Program. Upon completion of her pharmacy residency training, Dr. Franco plans to pursue a clinical position at an academic medical center with opportunities for patient care, teaching and research.

Advisor: Jennifer Cortes, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP

 


Monica Lee, PharmD

 

Monica Lee, PharmD

Email: monica.Lee@memorialhermann.org

Dr. Lee, born and raised in Houston, TX, received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in May of 2015 from the University of Houston College of Pharmacy. She completed her PGY1 Pharmacy Residency at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center in June of 2016. In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Lee is a member of the rapid response committee and is an active member of the Texas Society of Critical Care Medicine. Her research project is focused on time to reach target temperature and paralytic use in post-cardiac arrest therapeutic hypothermia patients. Dr. Lee completed the Academic Teaching Certificate Program at the University of Houston College of Pharmacy. Upon completion of her training, Dr. Lee plans to pursue a clinical position at a large academic medical center with opportunities for patient care, teaching, and research.

 

PGY2 Pediatric Pharmacy Resident

Matthew Martin-Souza, PharmD

 

Matthew Martin-Souza, PharmD

Email: matthew.martin-souza@memorialhermann.org

Dr. Martin-Souza, born and raised in Sandy, Utah, received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree in May of 2015 from the University of Utah. He completed his PGY1 Pharmacy Residency at Albany Medical Center in Albany, NY in June of 2016. In addition to his clinical responsibilities, Dr. Martin-Souza is a member of the Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group and serves on the medication utilization committee for the children's hospital. His research project is focused on enoxaparin dosing in pediatric patients and clot reoccurrence rates. Dr. Martin-Souza completed the Teaching and Learning Program at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Upon completion of his training, Dr. Martin-Souza plans to pursue a faculty/clinical position at a College of Pharmacy associated with a large academic medical center with opportunities for patient care, teaching, and research.