Lauren L. Rupp, Pharm.D., R.Ph.
Why I chose Mayo Clinic for residency training
As a National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center, Mayo Clinic has a model of care that involves excellence and collaboration in research, education and patient care. I chose the PGY-2 Pharmacy Residency in Oncology at Mayo Clinic Hospital — Rochester because it develops superb skills in each of those three arenas.
Throughout the PGY-2 residency, residents are challenged daily with unique patient cases, multiple platforms to present and teach, and structured curriculums for board certification preparation and research development. Additionally, pharmacy residents are integrated into the patient-centered model of care on the diverse rotations during the year.
The overall culture of innovation and mutual respect makes Mayo Clinic an exciting place to learn from leaders in oncology and hematology practice.