Current Residents

PGY1 Ambulatory Care Residents

Marie Franzen

Marie Sirek, PharmD
Education: North Dakota State University – Fargo, ND
Interest Areas: Ambulatory Care, Oncology, Specialty Pharmacy Services
Project: Retrospective, Single Center Analysis of SVR Rates in Patients Receiving Hepatitis C Direct Acting Antivirals at a Large Academic Medical Center
Future Plans: complete a PGY1 and PGY2 in Ambulatory Care at UIHC, followed by a career in Ambulatory Care Pharmacy in the Midwest, potentially at a location that provides specialty pharmacy services

Emily Prinz

Emily Prinz, PharmD
Education: Nebraska Wesleyan University; University of Nebraska Medical Center
Interest Areas: Ambulatory Care, Oncology, Transplant, and Academia.
Project: Effects of an Ambulatory Care Specialty Clinic on Progression Free Survival in Castrate Resistant Prostate Cancer
Future plans:PGY2 in Ambulatory Care here at the University of Iowa, with a long-term goal to practice in a specialized oncology or transplant ambulatory care clinic, affiliated with an academic medical center.

PGY2 Ambulatory Care Residents

Brittany Bruch PGY2

 Brittany Bruch, PharmD
Education: University of Iowa
Interest Areas: Teaching, anticoagulation/hematology, diabetes, oncology, pediatrics
Project: Evaluation of off-label recombinant factor VIIa (NovoSeven RT®) usage in pediatric patients at an academic medical center
Future plans: I hope to obtain an ambulatory care clinical specialist position in an academic medical center that will allow me to continue to teach and precept pharmacy students and residents

Tracy Harlan PGY2

Tracy Harlan, PharmD
Education: Undergrad (University of Missouri-Columbia), Pharmacy school University of Missouri-Kansas City at the University of Missouri
Interest Areas: Ambulatory care (diabetes, oncology, anticoagulation, healthcare disparities), academia, advancement of ambulatory care clinical practice
Project: Implementation of clinical pharmacy services at an outpatient family medicine clinic
Future plans: Obtain a clinical pharmacist position in an ambulatory care setting where I have the opportunity to precept students and work with an interdisciplinary team