Oncology Pharmacy

Ellen Burke
PGY2 Oncology

Ellen is currently a PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy resident from the University of Kansas. Ellen's clinical and practice areas of interest include oncology and pediatrics. In Ellen's time outside of residency, she enjoys hanging out with family, friends, and her German shepherd, Riley, going vintage shopping, skiing, and playing mini-golf. Ellen hopes to obtain a clinical specialist position at an academic medical center upon completion of her residency. Ellen can be contacted at eburke2@kumc.edu.

Ryan Fleer
PGY2 Oncology

Ryan is a PGY-2 Oncology Pharmacy Resident from the University of Colorado. Ryan’s area of interest includes hematology/oncology, immunotherapy, and targeted therapeutics. He hopes to become an oncology clinical pharmacist at an academic medical center upon the completion of residency. Ryan can be reached at rfleer@kumc.edu.

PGY2 Oncology

Jocelyn Joseph is a PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy Resident from Houston, Texas.  She graduated from The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy and completed her PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at Methodist University Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee.  Outside of the hospital, Jocelyn enjoys reading novels before they become movies and exploring Kansas City one restaurant at a time.  After completion of her PGY2, Jocelyn would like to pursue a hematology/oncology pharmacist position at an academic medical center.  Jocelyn can be contacted at jjoseph2@kumc.edu.

Shelbie Ralph
PGY2 Oncology

Shelbie is a PGY-2 Oncology Pharmacy Resident from Union University School of Pharmacy. Shelbie’s area of interest includes hematology/oncology, solid tumors, and immunotherapy. She hopes to become a hematology/oncology clinical pharmacist at an academic medical center upon the completion of residency. Shelbie can be reached at sralph@kumc.edu.

PGY2 Oncology

Matt is a PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy Practice resident. He graduated from the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy and completed his PGY1 training at the University of Kansas Hospital. Matt's main clinical areas of interest include hematology, BMT, and infectious diseases. He would ultimately like to become BCOP certified and work as a specialized clinical pharmacist in a teaching hospital following residency training. Matt grew up on a farm outside South Haven, Kansas. In his free time, Matt enjoys swimming, road cycling, running, and playing with his dachshund, Olive. He also enjoys cheering on the Jayhawks. Matt can be contacted at mrinehart@kumc.edu.

Jordan Snyder
PGY2 Oncology

Jordan is a PGY-2 Oncology Pharmacy Resident from the University of Kansas. Jordan’s area of interest includes hematology/oncology, bone marrow transplant, and pediatrics. She hopes to become an oncology clinical pharmacist at an academic medical center upon the completion of residency. Jordan can be reached at jsnyder1@kumc.edu.


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