Current and Past Residents

Current Residents 

Allee Cox, PharmD

Allee Cox, PharmD, 2024

When I started my search for a residency program, I knew I wanted to be at a large academic medical center that would challenge me and provide a supportive environment where I could develop as a pharmacist and a person. Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center has many strengths but the people that work here are what makes this place so special and I am surrounded each day by mentors and peers that have become my family. After completing my first rotations as a PGY1, it was clear to me that this program would be the perfect place for me to pursue my interest in oncology and complete my second year of residency. I am so grateful to continue my training here in the PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy Residency program and am looking forward to another wonderful year!

Riley Mohr, PharmD

Riley Mohr, PharmD, 2024

I chose to continue my residency training in oncology at Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center because of the institution's reputation to foster resident development and research excellence. Having the opportunity to work in an NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center allows residents to learn amongst world renowned oncology leaders while also continuing to train and develop at the highest level. What stands out most is the supportive environment created by the preceptors, coordinator and residency program director to help make a successful transition into PGY-2 year. Finally, what solidified my decision to continue training at Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center was having three other wonderful co-residents to learn alongside and make memories with!

Chris Parish, PharmD

Chris Parish, PharmD, 2024

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center quickly became my top choice when I was searching for PGY1 residency programs. It stood out for its impressive rotation opportunities, as well as its warm and nurturing atmosphere, which fostered my personal and professional development. When I decided to pursue a PGY2 in oncology, I was impressed by the exceptional oncology pharmacy team at Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and their dedication to resident growth. Additionally, the distinction of Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center as an NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center was a significant draw. This distinction ensures numerous opportunities to engage with patients participating in clinical trials and collaborate closely with physician colleagues who share a commitment to advancing patient care through research. All in all, this program has proven to be the perfect environment for both my professional and personal growth. I am so thankful for the opportunity to complete my residency training at this exceptional institution!

Taylor Thompson, PharmD

Taylor Thompson, PharmD, 2024

When researching oncology residency programs, I wanted to be at an academic medical center that provided a diverse variety of learning experiences and teaching opportunities. I knew I would find those opportunities (and more) when researching Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, but one additional thing that made it stand out was the welcoming and supportive environment. Since starting, I have been so fortunate to learn from incredibly knowledgeable pharmacy practitioners as well as interdisciplinary teams that are dedicated to the learning and growth of residents. I am grateful for the opportunity to continue my training as an oncology resident at Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and look forward to a great year alongside the best co-residents!

Past Residents

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