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Brian Fung is originally from Deerfield Beach, Florida. He earned his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Florida in May 2013. Brian’s professional interests include pharmacy informatics, infectious disease, and public health. Following the completion of his PGY-1, he plans to pursue a PGY-2 in pharmacy informatics. Brian’s ultimate goal would be to work in a position that integrates antimicrobial stewardship and pharmacy informatics. In his free time, Brian enjoys watching the Gator football games listening to music, and designing websites. Brian is very thankful for the continued support from his family, friends, and mentors.
Taylor Fogarty graduated from the University of Florida College of Pharmacy in 2013. She chose Sarasota Memorial Hospital because of the diverse areas of pharmacy practice rotations offered, as well as, the vast preceptor involvement, which provide the opportunity to develop her clinical and leadership skills. Throughout the year, Taylor hopes to refine her skills as a clinical pharmacist in preparation to pursue a PGY2 in emergency medicine or a position as a clinical pharmacist.
Emily Heath graduated from Northeastern University in 2013. She chose Sarasota Memorial Hospital because of variety of rotations offered to help shape a well-rounded pharmacist. Emily’s interests include pediatrics and emergency medicine. Upon completion of the residency, she plans to pursue a career as a pediatric clinical pharmacist.
Danielle Honein graduated from the University of Florida, College of Pharmacy in May. She chose the Sarasota Memorial Hospital residency because of the diverse rotation experiences offered necessary to become a well-rounded pharmacist. During the residency, Danielle hopes to explore different areas of pharmacy while strengthening her clinical and leadership skills through mentorship from experienced preceptors. Her interests include cardiology and emergency medicine. Upon completion, Danielle plans to pursue a PGY2 residency in internal medicine.