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Eleven students of the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy (DKICP) were recently matched to postgraduate residency programs in a competitive national process. Organized through the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, the annual event known as Match Day helps qualified students obtain positions in either postgraduate year one (PGY1) or postgraduate year two (PGY2) pharmacy residency programs of their choice at hospitals and healthcare facilities around the country.

In the results of Round 1 matches, announced March 16, 2023, 50% of DKICP’s PGY1 applicants were matched and 75% of the PGY2 applicants were matched.

“Residency match is a highly competitive process and occurs in two rounds, with Round 2 results to be announced in mid-April,” said Interim Dean Miriam Mobley Smith. “These impressive Round 1 results demonstrate the highest quality of these students’ academics, service and scholarship over their four-year career here at DKICP. On behalf of the faculty and staff, I congratulate them for their incredible efforts.”

Round 1 residency matches include:


  • Chrystal Cardoza—Norman Regional Health System, Norman, Oklahoma
  • Caroline DuMoulin—St. Peter’s Hospital, Albany, New York
  • May Ann Vincente Hudgins—The Queen’s Health System — QCIPN/POB Pharmacy, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi
  • Analeslie Martinez—Indian Health Service — Crow/Northern Cheyenne Hospital, Crow Agency Reservation, Montana
  • Stephanie Mojumdar—Swedish Hospital — NorthShore, Chicago, Illinois
  • Matthew Neumann—Mayo Clinic Health System — Albert Lea-Austin, Austin, Minnesota
  • Kalen Niimi—The Queen’s Medical Center, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi
  • Nadra Nour—University Hospitals — UH Meds, Parma, Ohio


  • Raha HosseiniUW Medicine/Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center (oncology), Seattle, Washington
  • Tiffany LamVA Medical Center (ambulatory care), Boise, Idaho
  • Donald Waddell—University of Chicago Medicine (oncology), Chicago, Illinois
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