Meet Our Residents
Gwen Jaeger, PharmD
Gwen is from Sheboygan, WI. She completed her pre-pharmacy work at Concordia University Wisconsin and Doctor of Pharmacy at University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her clinical interests include internal medicine, cardiology and transitions of care. Gwen's elective rotations for the year will be emergency medicine and NICU. Her yearlong research project is focused on optimizing Pyxis machine usage. After residency, Gwen hopes to get board certified and work in a mid-sized community hospital.
In her spare time, Gwen enjoys spending time outdoors, reading and cooking.
Megan Lo, PharmD
Megan, originally from Fishers, Indiana, completed her pre-pharmacy and pharmacy education at the University of Kentucky. Her clinical interests include cardiology, emergency medicine/critical care and clinical precepting. Her electives this year will be Critical Care II and Emergency Medicine. Megan's year-long research project will involve the expansion of a culture call-back collaborative practice agreement in the emergency department. Megan looks forward to the opportunities to expand her clinical skills as well as her mentoring skills through precepting and teaching at Concordia University-Wisconsin School of Pharmacy. After completion of her PGY-1 year, Megan wishes to obtain a position in the acute care setting with ample opportunity to precept students and become board certified.
In her spare time, Megan likes to spend time outdoors hiking and running. She enjoys spending time with her dog, friends and family and has found a passion for travel. Megan is a self-proclaimed foodie who loves cooking and trying all the fun restaurants MKE has to offer.
Molly McPherson, PharmD
Molly, originally from Moline, IL, completed both the pre-pharmacy and Doctor of Pharmacy programs at Creighton University in Omaha, NE. Her clinical interests include critical care/emergency medicine and pediatrics. Her electives this year are Emergency Medicine and NICU. She is excited to be strengthening her precepting skills through working with students in the Patient Care Labs and earning a teaching certificate offered through Concordia University School of Pharmacy. For her year-long project, Molly will be implementing a new basal-bolus insulin protocol. After residency, Molly plans to either pursue a PGY-2 or find a job in the acute care pharmacy setting and become board certified.
In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, taking new cycling classes, and exploring new restaurants in Milwaukee.