This PGY2 residency is designed to develop competencies necessary for specialized practice in solid organ transplant pharmacotherapy. This PGY2 Solid Organ Transplant Pharmacy Residency provides the resident advanced clinical training in both the inpatient and outpatient settings during all phases of transplant. PGY2 residents will be involved in teaching programs at the school of pharmacy, including didactic and clerkship teaching of PharmD students and PGY1 residents, as well as medical residents and fellows. A research project is required for successful completion of the residency. Residents will be involved with selection of specific research projects according to clinical interests. Residents should expect to gain experience in medical writing, statistical analysis and publishing. Upon completion of the residency, graduates will be prepared to practice as a solid organ transplant clinical pharmacy specialist in both the inpatient and outpatient settings or as academic faculty.

Application

Interested applicants meeting the above criteria should electronically submit a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, academic transcripts, and three letters of recommendation through ASHP’s Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application Service (PhORCAS). PhORCAS​ is the required method of applying for this program. Please contact the Residency Program Director at barrett.crowther@uchealth.org for any questions concerning the application process.

Current Resident

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Emily Sartain

Emily Sartain grew up in Bethesda, Maryland, before moving to Houston, Texas, to complete her Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry at Rice University (Go Owls!). She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Texas in Austin, Texas, and then completed her PGY1 pharmacy residency at the University of Colorado Hospital. In her free time, Emily enjoys playing volleyball, hiking, watching movies, and exploring Colorado. She would like to personally thank her family, friends, colleagues, and professional mentors for all of their support and guidance over the years! Emily is extremely excited to continue her journey as a PGY-2 Solid Organ Transplant resident at the University of Colorado Hospital and Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.