Meet Our Residents

Current Residents

Seung Jin (Jenny) Lee, PharmD

Jenny is originally from Seoul, South Korea and grew up in West Lafayette, Indiana. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from her second home, Purdue University, in May 2019. Her areas of interest include cardiology, geriatrics and precepting pharmacy students. Jenny will be completing a variety of rotations including cardiology, geriatrics, emergency medicine, NICU/women's health, medication safety and pharmacy administration. As her yearlong resident research project she will be assessing the bleeding risks of DOACs in renally impaired patients. Jenny looks forward to improving her clinical knowledge in the upcoming months and hopes to pursue a clinical pharmacist position and board certification after residency training.

During her free time, Jenny enjoys long-distance running, baking, eating cheese curds and catching up with her family from back home.

Kimberly Cuaresma, PharmD

Kimberly, originally from Huntley, IL, completed her Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences in 2014 and Doctor of Pharmacy in 2019 from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her current pharmacy interests include internal medicine and infectious disease. She looks forward to gaining more clinical knowledge, precepting students, and becoming a more confident and well-rounded clinical pharmacist throughout her residency year. Kimberly is taking electives in geriatrics and ambulatory care. Her research project is titled, “Evaluation of a diabetic ketoacidosis protocol in a community hospital”. In her spare time Kimberly enjoys taking naps with her cat, watching true crime documentaries, and tending to her many house plants.

Dung (Grace) Nguyen, PharmD

Grace is originally from Hanoi, Vietnam and earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from St. Louis College of Pharmacy in May 2019. Her areas of interest include cardiology and internal medicine. Her rotation electives are cardiology and oncology. Grace is excited for her research project which involves implementing and evaluating a benzodiazepine-sparing protocol for the treatment of alcohol withdrawal syndrome. Grace looks forward to advancing her clinical and research skills and sharing her knowledge with pharmacy students during her PGY-1 residency year. In her spare time, Grace enjoys playing with her cat, cooking (especially Vietnamese dishes), and learning to rock climb.

Zoe Panetti, PharmD

Zoe is from Cedarburg, WI and completed her pre-pharmacy coursework at Concordia University located in Mequon, WI. Zoe also completed her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at Concordia University Wisconsin’s School of Pharmacy in May 2019. Zoe’s areas of interest include emergency medicine and pediatrics. Zoe looks forward to the opportunity to expand her clinical and patient care skills during her PGY-1 residency year through many different rotations including her elective cardiology and oncology rotations. She is also excited to strengthen her precepting abilities and work with students in the Applied Patient Care Labs as a part of a teaching certificate offered through Concordia’s School of Pharmacy.

Zoe got married in August and is enjoying married life at her new home in Wauwatosa. In her spare time, Zoe and her husband enjoy watching sports (especially baseball), visiting local restaurants and breweries, and spending time with family and friends. Currently, Zoe spends much of her free time looking for the perfect dog to complete her family!