Nicole Cheung is a PGY-2 Geriatric Pharmacy Resident at Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse, N.Y. In a cooperative venture with Upstate, she works at long-term care settings with faculty and serves as a clinical assistant professor at Binghamton University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
She received her PharmD from St. John’s University, and completed a PGY-1 pharmacy practice residency at South Nassau Communities Hospital.
Cheung is licensed to practice in New York state. She completed a teaching certificate program at St. John’s University, as well as biomedical investigators research training through the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative. She holds Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Certification from the American Heart Association, and Pharmacist Immunization Certification from the American Pharmacist Association.
Her current learning experiences include memory disorders at Upstate Center of Excellence for Alzheimer’s Disease; long-term care at Good Shepherd Communities; street medicine with HouseCalls for the Homeless; and transitional care, geriatric emergency medicine as well as discharge counseling at Upstate University Hospital.
At Binghamton University, Cheung teaches alongside KarenBeth Bohan, professor of pharmacy practice, and Angela Riley, executive director of experiential education. She has conducted a lecture on constipation for PHRM 504 Self Care and Over the Counter Products, and will review the clinical decision tools for geriatrics for PHRM 543 Special Populations. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.