Shiela McCollam, Pharm.D.
Dr. McCollam is from Prineville, Oregon, but relocated to Portland 9 years ago. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Oregon in 2007 and her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the Oregon State University, Oregon Health and Science University College of Pharmacy in 2017. Her professional interests include oncology/hematology, infectious diseases, pharmacy law, and patient safety. Dr. McCollam's major project involves the evaluation of intravenous pentamidine for pneumocystis prophylaxis in allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplant patients. Outside of residency, she enjoys spending time with her children, going to concerts, visiting all the world's hot springs, and sleeping.
Dr. Moore is originally from central Pennsylvania. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh in 2013, as well as her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 2017. Her professional interests include critical care, solid organ transplant, infectious diseases, and quality improvement. Dr. Moore's major project involves evaluating the safety and efficacy of early prophylactic anticoagulation in trauma patients who have sustained blunt, high-grade liver and splenic lacerations. Outside of residency, she enjoys hiking, horseback riding, crafting cheese boards, and exploring Oregon's beautiful pinot noir vineyards.
Dr. Mulligan is originally from San Jose, California. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in General Biology at Saint Mary's College of California and her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of California, San Diego Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Her pharmacy practice interests include infectious diseases, HIV, and critical care. Dr. Mulligan's major research project involves the evaluation of area under the time-concentration curve (AUC) monitoring of intravenous tobramycin levels in pediatric and adult cystic fibrosis patients. Outside of residency, she enjoys rock climbing, swimming, cooking, and exploring the restaurants of Portland.
Dr. Nguyen was born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences and minor in French at Grand Valley State University in 2013. In 2017, she received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Michigan. Her professional interests include critical care, informatics, drug policy, and pharmacy advocacy. Dr. Nguyen is investigating the neurobehavioral side effects of prophylactic antiepileptic agents in severely traumatic brain injury patients. Her minor project involves eating her way through the city of Portland. Outside of the pharmacy world, she is contemplating what to throw into her deep fryer, playing in waterfalls, hoarding development cards in Settlers of Catan, and pretending to know how to chaturanga.
Dr. Njigha is originally from Houston, Texas, where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Texas Southern University in 2013 as well as his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Texas Southern University in May 2017. His clinical practice interests include pharmacy informatics, oncology, and cardiology. Dr. Njigha's major project involves enhancing safety and efficiency of total parenteral nutrition (TPN) operations through the integration of computer provider order entry with an automated TPN compounding software. Outside of residency, he enjoys watching and playing basketball and football, running, hiking, traveling, trying new foods, watching movies, and spending time with his family and friends.