Katerina Lambrinos, Pharm.D.
Dr. Lambrinos earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University
of Florida College of Pharmacy in Gainesville, Florida. Throughout pharmacy
school, she held various leadership positions in the Kappa chapter of
Kappa Epsilon Professional Pharmacy Fraternity. She was active as a student
ambassador and was also inducted into Rho Chi Honor Society. She has a
wide range of professional interests, including cardiology, ambulatory
care, and transitions of care. She aspires to attain a clinical position
with teaching opportunities in an area of interest upon completion of
her PGY1 residency.
Farah Asgar, Pharm.D.
Dr. Asgar earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Nova Southeastern University
College of Pharmacy, Florida. Throughout pharmacy school, Farah was an
active member in the Rho Chi Academic Honor Society, as well as Student
College of Clinical Pharmacy (SCCP). Her professional interests include
critical care, infectious disease, and oncology. Upon completion of her
PGY1 Pharmacy Residency, she would like to work as a clinical pharmacist
and precept students.
Nasim Farahani, Pharm.D.
Dr. Farahani was born and raised in Tehran, Iran. She received her Doctor
of Pharmacy degree from Nova Southeastern University. Throughout pharmacy
school, she served as the Palm Beach Chapter of the American Pharmacists
Association (APhA) Vice President. Dr. Farahani was awarded the Outstanding
Service Award for demonstrating outstanding leadership and service to
the community while maintaining strong consistent academic performance.
She has a passion for advocating for the pharmacy profession and mentoring
student pharmacists. She is currently interested in pursuing a pharmacy
career in Critical Care or Emergency Medicine upon completion of her PGY1
Mackenzie O’Leary, Pharm.D.
Dr. O’Leary received a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Palm Beach
Atlantic University, where she served as the American Society of Health
Systems Pharmacist (ASHP) SSHP chapter President, and was an active member
of the Florida Pharmacy Association (FPA) as well as the Palm Beach Atlantic
Phi Lambda Sigma chapter (PLS). Mackenzie also served on the ASHP national
committee “Policy and Legislative Advocacy Advisory Group”
as well as serving on multiple state committees with FSHP and FPA. Upon
graduation, she received the ASHP Senior Recognition Award for her contribution
and leadership within the ASHP chapter and community. Mackenzie has a
passion for advocating for the field of pharmacy. Following residency,
Mackenzie hopes to pursue a clinical pharmacist position in South Florida.