Seventy-five Harrison College of Pharmacy graduates selected for residency programs

Published: May 18, 2023

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For the second year in a row, more than 70 Auburn University Harrison College of Pharmacy graduates were selected to post-graduate programs at hospitals, clinics, universities and the pharmaceutical industry around the country. Included among them are a record-setting 58 that are entering first-year programs.

The residencies are post-graduate training in an organized and directed program that builds upon knowledge, skills, attitudes and abilities gained from the pharmacy degree program. While many first-year programs, or PGY-1, are general in nature, some allow students to specialize in certain areas, such as managed care, ambulatory care, community pharmacy and health system administration. Some choose to pursue a second-year residency, or PGY-2, that can focus on specialty practice areas, such as infectious diseases, oncology, pediatrics and psychiatry.

Full story and complete list of selected residents.

Submitted by: Matt Crouch