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Pharmacy Residency

Meet Our Preceptors

Dr. Nedra Copelin is completing her PGY1 on our main campus, Monroe. She is originally from New Orleans, LA, where she graduated from Xavier University of Louisiana College of Pharmacy in May 2022. Fun fact: Dr. Copelin is a third generation Xavierite! Throughout her time in pharmacy school, Dr. Copelin was involved in multiple student and leadership organizations. She was a member of Kappa Epsilon Professional Pharmacy Fraternity, Alpha Nu chapter and served as the community service chair. She was also involved in the Student College of Clinical Pharmacy where she was the community outreach chair. Dr. Copelin has a passion for serving her community and helping patients to live happy and healthy lives. Throughout pharmacy school, she enjoyed helping incoming pharmacy students to adjust to professional school and develop their leadership qualities. Therefore, she was involved in Phi Lambda Sigma Leadership society and Vanguard Interactive Mentors.

Dr. Copelin has had an interest in clinical pharmacy, specifically Ambulatory Care, since she learned about it in her first year of pharmacy school. She chose ULM PGY1 residency program because the program offered a variety of unique experiences. As a resident Dr. Copelin is an Instructor with the College of Pharmacy where she is able to work with and teach pharmacy students. Secondly, she chose ULM because of diverse rotational experiences such as the unique oncology and community health ambulatory care experiences. She is excited to gain more clinical experience throughout her residency and to be able to work with pharmacy students. In Dr. Copelin`s free time, she enjoys watching her favorite tv shows such as 911, Grey’s Anatomy, or A Different World and trying different restaurants around Monroe.

Dr. Erica Hall is completing her PGY1 on our New Orleans Campus, her hometown. Dr. Hall is from New Orleans where she completed her undergraduate and pharmacy studies at Xavier University of Louisiana. Dr. Hall’s areas of interest include academia, ambulatory care, and cardiology. When asked Why she chose ULM NOLA, Dr. Hall responded, “I chose ULM’s residency program because it is a heavily academic based program, and it is diverse in opportunities and gives me the flexibility that I want in a residency”. In her free time Dr. Hall enjoys baking and trying new restaurants.

Dr. Hall’s longitudinal research project is titled “StrengthsFinder-based groups vs student-selected groups: Comparing Student Perceptions of Group Dynamics”. She will also be presenting her Medication Use Evaluation titled “Evaluation of secondary therapy loading doses in critically ill patients presenting with status epilepticus” at ASHP’s Midyear Clinical Meeting.

ULM College of Pharmacy
Bienville Building
1800 Bienville Dr
Monroe, LA 71201

7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Monroe Program Director: 
Dr. Stephen Hill, PharmD, BCPS,

New Orleans Program Director:
Dr. Jen Hoh, PharmD., BCCCP

Residency Programs Coordinator:
Dr. Katie Aymond, PharmD, BCPS, BCCP