Pharmacy, Natural & Health Sciences

Residents

Ashley E. Montgomery Teaching
 

Current Resident

Ashley E. Montgomery is the current PGY2 Ambulatory Care Resident at Manchester University College of Pharmacy, Natural & Health Sciences. She completed her PGY1 Community-Based Pharmacy Resident at Wake Forest Baptist Health in Winston-Salem, North Carolina and Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Manchester University College of Pharmacy, Natural & Health Sciences. Her practice interests include providing care to the underserved population and inspiring future pharmacists through her various academic responsibilities. This year, Ashley is completing a research project evaluating heart failure guideline adherence and is additionally working on an academic research project investigating pharmacy students’ ability to identify drug-drug interactions. In her free time, Ashley enjoys crafting, traveling, and going to concerts.


Previous Residents

Andrea Whitaker is from Indiana and she received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2016 from Manchester University in Fort Wayne, IN. She completed her PGY1 pharmacy practice residency at University Health System in San Antonio, Texas. After completion of her PGY2, she stayed on with Manchester University College of Pharmacy, Natural, and Health Sciences and is an ambulatory care clinical pharmacist at Lutheran Health Physicians and an assistant professor of pharmacy practice at Manchester University College of Pharmacy.

Residency Research Project: Evaluation of ACE inhibitor/ARB and Beta-blocker Reinitiation Post-hospitalization of Acute Decompensated Heart Failure


“Manchester’s PGY2 residency allowed me to grow both professionally and clinically. I was able develop the confidence I needed to be able to practice autonomously. The variety of experience allowed me to experience patient care in different populations – socioeconomically and clinically. I was also able to develop in my teaching and scholarship throughout this experience which I will be able to take into my future career.”