Critical Care

Sydney Archer
PGY2 Critical Care

Sydney is a PGY-2 Critical Care Resident from the University of Kansas. Sydney’s area of interest includes critical care and emergency medicine. She hopes to become a clinical pharmacist practicing in critical care upon the completion of residency. Sydney can be reached at sarcher5@kumc.edu.

PGY2 Critical Care

Megan Logan is currently a PGY2 Critical Care resident.  She completed her PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency here at the University of Kansas Hospital and is a graduate of the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy – Go Jayhawks! Megan's clinical areas of interest include infectious disease and the medical ICU. In her free time, Megan enjoys spending time with family and friends and trying new restaurants in Kansas City. After residency completion, Megan hopes to work as a clinical specialist in an academic teaching institution. Megan can be contacted at mlogan4@kumc.edu.

Gina Paletta
PGY2 Critical Care

Gina Paletta is currently a PGY2 Critical Care resident from the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Pharmacy. She completed her PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at the University of Toledo Medical Center in Toledo, Ohio. Gina’s clinical areas of interest include the medical ICU and toxicology. In her free time, Gina enjoys watching Netflix and eating dessert. She also enjoys spending time with her family and friends. After completion of her PGY2, Gina would like to work as a critical care pharmacist at an academic medical center. Gina can be contacted at gpaletta@kumc.edu


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