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PGY2 Ambulatory Care Preceptor Biographies

Donna M. White, RPh, BCACP,CDCES
Internal Medicine

Ms. White is the Pharmacy Clinical Coordinator in Ambulatory Care and a clinical assistant professor for the VCU School of Pharmacy. Currently, she serves an Internal Medicine Clinic, where patients are referred for hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia, anticoagulation, and tobacco cessation. She also serves in the Diabetes Cardiology clinic as well as a Hospital Follow Up clinic focusing on TOC and decreasing Hospital readmissions. She was instrumental in initiating and implementing a University wide population health program where UVa pharmacists complete medication reconciliation on all insured employees and their families. She received her BS in Pharmacy from MCV/VCU, has been a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist since 1998, and is certified in immunization delivery and Medication Therapy Management. Ms. White received the VCU class of 2010 Mentor Award and a Fall Preceptor Award from VCU in 2006. Her areas of interest include diabetes, anticoagulation, transitions of care, and provision of clinical pharmacy services to underserved populations.


Lindsey Buscemi Lipinski, PharmD, BCPS, AAHIVP
Infectious Diseases

Dr. Buscemi is an Infectious Diseases Clinical Pharmacist. Her primary practice site is the Ryan White HIV Clinic where she works with an extensive multidisciplinary team to provide service to patients living with HIV/AIDS . She also provides service to the Traveler’s Clinic, General Infectious Diseases Clinics, Hepatitis C clinic, and UVA Antimicrobial Stewardship Team. She received her PharmD from the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia (formerly Philadelphia College of Pharmacy). She completed both her ASHP-accredited PGY1 Pharmacy Residency and ASHP-accredited PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Residency at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, MO. She is a member of the Antimicrobial Utilization Committee and the Ryan White HIV Clinic Quality Committee. Dr. Buscemi’s clinical interest and research focuses on antiretroviral resistance and treatment simplification strategies, promotion of medication adherence, and antiretroviral medication safety.


Lori Dunn, PharmD
Dialysis

Dr. Dunn is an ambulatory care clinical pharmacist. Her primary practice site is within the UVA Outpatient Dialysis Center. She provides therapeutic drug monitoring and pharmacotherapy oversight for both the in-center and home dialysis programs. Dr. Dunn participates in multidisciplinary patient care rounds within the Kidney Center Outpatient Dialysis center and provides intensive medication education to a subset of the UVA Outpatient Dialysis population. She serves as an active member in the UVA Delirium Committee. Her areas of interest include mineral bone disease, geriatrics, delirium. She received her PharmD from Virginia Commonwealth University. She completed a PGY1 pharmacy residency at VCU Health System (VCUHS) and a PGY2 Internal Medicine residency at Medical University of South Carolina Medical Center (MUSC).


Bethany Delk, PharmD, BCPS
Geriatrics

Dr. Delk is an ambulatory care clinical pharmacist. Her primary practice site is in geriatrics. She joined the ambulatory care clinical pharmacy team in 2017 after spending 4 years as an inpatient internal medicine clinical pharmacist at UVA. She currently provides care to patients referred to the UVA Geriatric Polypharmacy Clinic and the Memory and Aging Care Clinic. Dr. Delk received her PharmD degree from the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy and completed ASHP-accredited residencies in Pharmacy Practice and Critical Care at the University of Virginia. Prior to joining UVA, she practiced as an emergency medicine clinical pharmacist in North Carolina. Her professional interests include polypharmacy, infectious diseases, transitional care, and caring for complex older adults with multimorbidity.


Jennifer Geyston, PharmD, BCPS
Solid Organ Transplant

Dr. Jennifer Geyston is the Lead Pharmacist for Solid Organ Transplantation at the University of Virginia Health System. Her practice site rotates between both the thoracic and abdominal transplant services including inpatient and outpatient involvement in both pre- and post-transplant patients. She earned her Pharm.D. degree from Drake University and completed ASHP-accredited PGY1-Pharmacy Practice residency training at Tampa General Hospital. She is also an active member of both the American Society of Transplantation and the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. She served as the secretary and treasurer of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy’s Immunology and Transplantation Practice and Research Network in 2019. Dr. Geyston is passionate about providing patient centered care and expanding transplant pharmacy services. Dr. Geyston worked to establish consistent pharmacist coverage in the transplant clinics at University of Virginia Health System.


Kevin Lonabaugh, PharmD, BCACP, AAHIVP, AE-C
Pediatrics

Dr. Lonabaugh is a Clinical Pharmacist in Pediatric Ambulatory Care and serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor for the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Pharmacy. He received his PharmD from Shenandoah University and completed an ASHP-accredited PGY1 Pharmacy Residency at the University of Virginia Health System. He then went on to complete a PGY2 in Ambulatory Care at the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy before returning to UVA in 2017. Dr. Lonabaugh’s practice interests include Pediatric Ambulatory Care, Pulmonology, Endocrinology, and Infectious Diseases. He also holds a strong interest in optimizing education for patients and their families.

 

Stephanie Kujawski, PharmD, BCPS
Neurology/MS

Dr. Kujawski is an ambulatory care clinical pharmacist specializing in multiple sclerosis and neuroimmunology. Her practice site is the James Q. Miller Multiple Sclerosis Clinic located in the Primary Care Center at UVA. She provides drug monitoring and pharmacotherapeutic support for the clinic’s estimated 2000 patients, and specialty medication access and patient education comprise a large portion of her care. Dr. Kujawski received her PharmD from the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy in 2011 and completed a PGY1 residency with Mission Hospitals in Asheville, NC. Prior to this position, she practiced inpatient internal medicine in North Carolina, Texas, and Virginia.