Kyle Lang, PharmD
PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Resident


Kyle Lang is a PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Resident at the University of Chicago Medicine. He completed his Doctor of Pharmacy at the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy in Lexington, Kentucky. During his time at UK, Kyle was an active member in several student organizations. He was extensively involved as the co-chair of the University of Kentucky chapter of the GenerationRx Initiative. Additionally, Kyle was selected for employment in the University of Kentucky Pharmacist Intern Program. Kyle has had a variety of clinical experiences as a student and will bring his passion and energy to the UChicago Medicine. Kyle is interested in pursuing a PGY2 in solid organ transplantation.


PGY1 Research

Kyle’s longitudinal research project is a single-center study analyzing the effects of pre-transplantation amiodarone usage on heart transplant outcomes. The primary objective is to determine the incidence of bradycardia requiring pacing via terbutaline or pacemaker usage.


Value of the UChicago Program

The University of Chicago Medicine offers a robust variety of clinical opportunities that are among the most rigorous in the nation. We are surrounded by other learners from different specialties that inspire us to provide the highest quality patient care.


My Favorite Aspects of the UChicago Program

  • Rigorous on-call program

  • A diverse selection of rotations

  • Large transplant center

  • Large residency class size



  • Teaching Certificate Program

  • Grand Rounds Presentation

  • Noon Case Report Presentations



  • Hypoglycemia Subcommittee


Kyle's PGY1 Learning Experience Schedule

Module 1: Antimicrobial Stewardship

Module 2: Heart Transplantation

Module 3: Pharmacy Administration

Module 4.1: Medication Safety

Module 4.2: Pharmacy Practice Experience

Module 5: Medical-Surgical Trauma

Module 6: Neurosurgical ICU

Module 7.1: Meds to Beds

Module 7.2: Ambulatory Care

Module 8: Lung Transplantation

Module 9: Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

Module 10.1: Total Parenteral Nutrition

Module 10.2: Pharmacy Practice Experience

Module 11: Internal Medicine

Module 12: Emergency Medicine


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