Meet Our Residents

Current Residents

 
Kailyn Hochstein, PharmD is originally from Wichita, KS. She attended South Dakota State University for both undergrad and pharmacy school. Her primary areas of interest are critical care and emergency medicine. For her electives, she is taking Oncology, Infectious Diseases, and Women’s Health and NICU. She will be completing a year-long research project investigating the efficacy of inhalation medications used to treat inhalation injuries. Outside of pharmacy, Kailyn enjoys fishing, reading, and watching movies.
Thomas Ringsred, PharmD is originally from Milwaukee, WI. In a fleeting attempt for change he attended the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities completing a B.S. in chemistry and psychology and completed his PharmD at the Medical College of Wisconsin. His primary areas of interest include mental health, infectious diseases, cardiology, and oncology, which led to his choice of oncology, infectious diseases, and informatics as his PGY-1 electives. His year-long project will be investigating utilization of second-generation antipsychotics for agitation in the emergency department. As life allows, Thomas enjoys ultimate frisbee, rollerblading, kayaking, working out, reading, and other human activities.
Jennifer Vogel, PharmD is originally from Green Bay, WI. She completed her undergraduate studies at UW-Green Bay and received her PharmD from Concordia University Wisconsin. Her areas of interest include ambulatory care and informatics. Jen selected oncology, infectious disease, and informatics as her PGY-1 electives. She will be completing a year-long research project on optimizing pyxis inventory and assessing department efficiency, waste, and inventory control. In her free-time, Jen enjoys working out, crossword puzzles, reading, and spending time with her family and friends. She also enjoys meeting dogs of any shape and size.
Linda Zheng, PharmD is originally from Buffalo Grove, IL. She attended Loyola University Chicago for two years and received her PharmD from Midwestern University in Downers Grove, IL. Her primary areas of interest include emergency medicine and ambulatory care. For her electives, she is taking thrombosis clinic, medication safety, and oncology. Linda will be completing a year-long research project on therapeutic warfarin dosing in obese patients. Outside of pharmacy, Linda is a plant parent, shoe lover, consumer of donuts, and has an appreciation for leather products.