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Pharmacy welcomes Stephanie Fenwick, PharmD

Fenwick named assistant director of pharmacy practice skills development

The James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the hiring of Stephanie Fenwick, PharmD, BCPS, as the assistant director of pharmacy practice skills development (skills lab). Fenwick joined the college on a part-time basis beginning Jan. 22 and works exclusively in the skills lab. She replaces Peggy Barsan, who retired at the end of the 2017-2018 year.

Fenwick has a long history of hospital pharmacy practice, practicing in internal and emergency medicine at The Christ Hospital. She will support Mike Hegener, PharmD, assistant professor of pharmacy practice, in the lab and provide institutional experience and expertise to the hospital pharmacy modules. Her office is 277KH.

Here is a brief statement from Stephanie: 

portrait of Stephanie Fenwick, MD

Stephanie Fenwick, PharmD

"I graduated from UC in 2006 and then did a pharmacy practice residency at the Mobile Infirmary Medical Center in Mobile, Alabama. After residency, I worked as the emergency department clinical pharmacy specialist at The Christ Hospital from 2007 to 2014 and then moved to an internal/family medicine role from 2014 to 2015. In January of 2016, I moved to Newcastle upon Tyne in the United Kingdom where I started a business as a freelance medical writer (because I couldn’t work as a pharmacist). I had lots of adventures while living abroad, including traveling to as many European countries as I could, getting a British driver’s license, exploring very old castles, and navigating the process of importing your dog to the U.K. and then back to the U.S." 

Lead photo credit: Colleen Kelly/UC Creative Services

Portrait photo provide by Stephanie Fenwick.