Jason R. Jared
PGY1 Pharmacy Resident
Pharmacy School/Graduation Year
University of Iowa, 2013
PGY1 Residency Location
Hematology/Oncology, Solid Organ Transplant, Internal Medicine, Surgical Intensive Care, Drug Policy, Academia, Infectious Disease, Medical Intensive Care and Clinical Administration
PGY1 Residency Project
Optimization and evaluation of plerixafor dosing in autologous stem cell transplant patients
The purpose of this project is to optimize and evaluate our dosing practices of plerixafor. This research project involves a multidisciplinary team of pharmacists, nurses and physicians. The project will also utilize Froedtert’s Information Technology department for implementation and evaluation of our optimized plerixafor dosing procedures and monitoring.
Why did you choose to pursue a residency?
I chose to complete a residency because I feel it is the best way to gain valuable clinical practice experience. Residency training helps to sharpen clinical skills through exposure to different clinical challenges and patient populations.
What attracted you to Froedtert’s pharmacy residency program?
As a large academic medical center, Froedtert offers all of the aspects of a residency program I was interested in: a broad selection of clinical rotations, exposure to academia and teaching/precepting, close interactions with multidisciplinary teams, and opportunities to participate in various committees and organizations.
Hematology/Oncology, Academia, Solid Organ Transplant and Infectious Disease
Running, Sports (Packers, Cubs, Iowa football and basketball, Chelsea FC, Seattle Sounders), Reading and Movies
What's your favorite thing to do in Milwaukee?
Explore running paths, new restaurants and festivals