Katherine Chuong, Pharm.D.
Wayne State University
Dr. Chuong is originally from Westland, MI. She earned both her Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences and Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Wayne State University. Her clinical interests include critical care, infectious disease, psychiatric pharmacy, and cardiology. Her professional interests include involvement in pharmacy organizations, precepting, volunteering, and teaching. Outside of pharmacy, Dr. Chuong enjoys playing video games, reading books, watching TV, general adventures (archery, zoos, new restaurants, etc.), and spending time with friends and family.
"I chose to complete a PGY-1 at Beaumont, Troy because of the highly knowledgeable preceptors and staff, the flexibility of rotations and learning experiences that could accommodate me, and the care and collaboration they dedicate to their patients."
Sandra Ghaly, Pharm.D.
Palm Beach Atlantic University
Although Dr. Ghaly attended pharmacy school in sunny South Florida, she grew up in Troy and always knew that fate would bring her back home one day. She attended Wayne State University for her pre-pharmacy requirements. Her clinical areas of interest include oncology, critical care, and infectious diseases. After successful completion of her first year of pharmacy practice residency, Dr. Ghaly plans to pursue a PGY-2 specialty residency in one of her areas of interests. Making time for hobbies is very important to Dr. Ghaly. In her free time, she enjoys experimenting with new recipes and hopes to one day write a cookbook full of recipes from different cultures. She also has two dogs, Daisy and Monica, whom she loves very much.
“I chose to complete a PGY-1 pharmacy residency at Beaumont, Troy because I admired the relationships that the pharmacists had with physicians and nursing staff. The pharmacists here are critical members of the healthcare team and their input is valued. Everyone in the pharmacy is so helpful. It was immediately apparent to me that giving me the training I need to become a successful clinical pharmacist was a priority. ”