Sixteen UC School of Pharmacy Students Matched with Residency/Fellowship Programs


Charleston, WV – Sixteen University of Charleston School of Pharmacy graduates have been matched to residency programs or fellowships, enabling them to continue their education and training in the practice of pharmacy. Residency programs enable a pharmacy school graduate student to participate in a structured practice-based program that builds on their Pharm.D. education. A residency helps develop knowledge and experience in providing care to patients in a variety of settings under the guidance of a preceptor. Residents will spend about 75% of their time involved in direct patient care activities.

“We are very proud that our graduating student pharmacists have been accepted into these highly competitive programs across the United States,” states Dr. Michelle Easton, Dean of the UC School of Pharmacy. “We know that these graduates will go on to great success in caring for patients, wherever they go.”

UC School of Pharmacy students and their residency program are as follows:

  • Clifford Cornett matched with Hazard ARH Regional Medical Center in Hazard, Kentucky
  • Marco Custodio matched with University of New Mexico HSC in Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • Jamie Huff matched with Shenandoah University Collaborative Ambulatory Clinics in Winchester, Virginia
  • Jacob Jones matched with Marshall University/King’s Daughter’s Medical Center in Huntington, West Virginia
  • Hana Khattab matched with Dearborn County Hospital in Lawrenceburg, Indiana
  • Vista Khosraviani matched with University of Charleston School of Pharmacy in Charleston, West Virginia
  • Jenny Long with Charleston Area Medical Center in Charleston, West Virginia
  • Ben Mancheril matched with Duke University Hospital in Durham, North Carolina
  • Katie Oliver matched with Baptist Health Madisonville in Madisonville, Kentucky
  • Cassie Painter matched with Charleston Area Medical Center in Charleston, West Virginia
  • Celine Quevillon matched with Munson Medical Center in Traverse City, Michigan
  • John Robinson matched with Charleston Area Medical Center in Charleston, West Virginia
  • Randal Steele matched with Lexington VA Medical Center in Lexington, Kentucky 
  • Monica Ven matched with the Medical Center of Aurora in Aurora, Colorado  
  • Ojong Bate will be completing a community pharmacy residency with the University of Arkansas Medical Sciences College and Wal-Mart Pharmacy in Little Rock, Arkansas
  • Lotanna Moneke will be completing a US Medical Affairs/Medical Science Liaison Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Genentech in San Francisco through the Rutgers Pharmaceutical Industry Fellowship Program.