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Current PGY2 Pharmacy Solid Organ Transplant Resident

Regina (So Young) Jung
PGY-2 Solid Organ Transplant Pharmacy Resident

  • Site: Temple University Hospital
  • Area of Interest: Prevention and treatment of transplant-related infectious complications, antimicrobial stewardship, transitions of care
  • Education: Rutgers University School of Pharmacy (Piscataway, NJ)
  • Postgraduate Training: PGY1 – SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University (Brooklyn, NY)
  • Hometown: Parsippany, NJ
  • Research project: Evaluation of the incidence of Nocardia infection in solid organ transplant recipients on opportunistic infection prophylaxis
  • Hobbies: Painting, snowboarding, caring for my plants
  • Why Temple: I chose to continue my post-graduate training at Temple because of the various inpatient and outpatient experiences the program offers that provide the opportunity for me to strengthen my skills in a variety of patient care settings. The non-consecutive 10-week rotations also give residents the opportunity to repeat core experiences in the second half of the year and establish a fully independent practice. Lastly, the most important factor for me when selecting a PGY2 program was the supportiveness of its preceptors. After meeting the SOT clinical pharmacy specialist team at Temple, I felt confident that I would be fully supported by preceptors who are able to guide me as both a learner and as a new practitioner in the transplant pharmacy community. 

Previous PGY2 Pharmacy Solid Organ Transplant Residents


Deep Majmundar
Post-Residency Employment: Solid Organ Transplant Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, University of Virginia Health System


Ishani Shah, PharmD
Post-Residency Employment: Clinical Pharmacy Specialist Educator, Lung Transplant, Temple University Hospital


Jason Choe, PharmD
Post-Residency Employment: Solid Organ Transplant Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, New York Presbyterian Hospital