2020-21 University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy Residents
PGY-1 Community Residents
Bria Lewis received her Doctor of Pharmacy and Master of Public Health degrees from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. Originally from Madison, Mississippi, she completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Lewis aspires to remain actively involved in her service to underserved communities through various affiliations. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling the world, spending quality time with family and trying new local cuisines. Lewis’s professional interests include ambulatory care, population health and combatting health disparities. Moreover, she aspires to precept students and residents matriculating into the pharmacy profession. Her ultimate goal is to fulfill a clinical pharmacy position in an outpatient facility.
Ashley Miller is a native of Pelahatchie, Mississippi, who completed an undergraduate degree in biology at William Carey University. She then completed her Doctor of Pharmacy at the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy. Her pharmacy interests include ambulatory care, independent pharmacy and academia. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family, listening to podcasts, and reading.
Kassidy Voinche was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. After finishing her undergraduate pre-pharmacy studies at Louisiana State University, she transferred to the University of Louisiana at Monroe College of Pharmacy where she completed her Doctor of Pharmacy degree. She is passionate about providing individualized, innovative and excellent patient care to the community. In her spare time, she enjoys reading books and discussing them on her YouTube channel, listening to podcasts, and binge-watching TV shows with her husband.
PGY-2 Ambulatory Care Residents
Markesha Cook is a Magnolia, Mississippi, native that completed her undergraduate training at Vanderbilt University where she majored in biomedical engineering. She was awarded the Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee and was a PGY-1 community resident at the Jackson campus. Cook enjoys the variety of settings that she is able to engage patients in accessible and evidence-based care to improve treatment outcomes. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends and attending concerts, plays and art exhibits.
A native of Senatobia, Mississippi, Elizabeth Hearn started her pharmacy career as an Early Entry Pharmacy student at the University of Mississippi. She completed her Doctor of Pharmacy at the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy, where she was welcomed as a PGY-1 Community Resident on the Jackson campus following graduation. She is currently training in community pharmacy, ambulatory diabetes and hypertension care, and academia. Her goal is to seek a multidisciplinary career in both ambulatory care and academia with a focus on student services. Hearn’s hobbies include volunteering at her local church, exercising with her husband Sam, shopping at Loft, and playing tennis and kickball with her friends.