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PGY1 Acute Care Residents

Meagan Decker, PharmD

Education: Eshelman School of Pharmacy; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill   

Hometown: Morehead City, NC

Residency Research: Heparin Induced Thrombocytopenia

Practice Interests: Critical Care, Emergency Medicine

Why Residency: I chose to do a residency so I could obtain additional training and to prepare myself for a PGY2 in Critical Care. I came to Moses Cone because they offer a lot of unique opportunities that other residency programs don’t!


Aubrey N. Jones, BS, PharmD


Education: University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Hometown: Norman, OK

Residency Research: Safety and efficacy of heparin verse bivalirudin in patients with ACS undergoing radial PCI

Practice Interests: Cardiology

Publications: Meropenem-induced neutropenia in a neonate, Identification and evaluation of unrounded medication does in a children’s hospital

Why Residency: Moses Cone’s residency program builds on the doctor of pharmacy program and creates a supportive environment conducive to developing the skills necessary to become a successful clinical pharmacist. In addition to the development of a strong clinical foundation, I will also improve my research, mentoring, public speaking, leadership, and teaching skills. I choose Moses Cone because it was so welcoming! I felt as I would be able to excel in a program that offered both a friendly environment and commitment of program leadership.


Alyson Leonard, PharmD


Education: University of South Carolina

Hometown: Rock Hill, SC

Residency Research: Evaluating Vancomycin Use in Febrile Neutropenia

Practice Interests: Oncology


Leonard AN, Love BL, Norris LB, Siddiqui SK, Wallam MN, Bennet CL. Screening for viral hepatitis prior to rituximab chemotherapy. Ann Hematol. 2016 Jan;95(1):27-33. DOI 10.1007/s00277-015-2502-0. Epub 2015 Sep 18

Leonard AN, Love BL, Norris LB. Summary of: Screening for viral hepatitis prior to rituximab chemotherapy. Atlas of Science. 2015 Sep 30.

Why Residency: I value Cone's long standing history of training residents! Pharmacist’s have a large scope of practice here at Moses Cone and physicians and other providers are very open to pharmacist input on patient care!


Meagan Miles, PharmD


Education: University of South Carolina (Columbia, SC)

Hometown: Sumter, South Carolina 

Residency Research: High Intensity Statin Use in Post MI patients 

Practice Interests: Cardiology

Why Residency: I decided to complete a residency for many reasons, the most important to me being the education value. It is a great learning opportunity and provides the perfect environment to be able to refine my patient care practices. I chose Cone specifically because they offer a variety of cardiovascular rotation opportunities as well as a PGY2 in cardiology. I also chose Cone because of the great physician-pharmacist relationships that exist here. Lastly, I chose Cone because of all of the wonderful things I had heard from the current and past pharmacy residents. 


Cristy Reyes, BS, PharmD

Education: Eshelman School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Hometown: Orlando, Florida

Residency Research: Impact of Pharmacy on Timely Antibiotic Administration for Septic Patients Admitted to the Emergency Department 

Practice Interests: Infectious Disease

Why Residency?: I chose to complete a residency to gain more clinical experience and knowledge in order to prepare for a PGY2 specialty program. Cone was an easy choice for me because of the culture of the pharmacy, independence pharmacists have, and focus on patient care at this institution.


Taylor Stone, PharmD


Education: University of South Carolina (Columbia, SC)

Hometown: Manchester, NH

Residency Research: The Management of Positive Blood Cultures in Patients with Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Devices (CIED)

Practice Interests: Infectious Disease

Why Residency: I decided to do a residency because I wanted to continue to further expand my clinical knowledge. Here at Cone, I have the ability to see many different patient populations and develop a solid foundation for general knowledge. In the future, I hope to complete a PGY2 in infectious disease and eventually go on to be involved in academia.

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