Dr. Chheng is originally from Holland, Michigan. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Laboratory Science at Michigan State University followed by her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the Ohio State University. Her professional interests include oncology and ambulatory care. Dr. Chheng’s major research project this year involves identifying chronic myeloid leukemia patients who are eligible for treatment-free remission and evaluating their decisions on treatment-free remission versus continuation of therapy. Outside of residency, she enjoys cooking and exploring new cuisines, traveling with her family and friends, and participating in Zumba workouts.
Dr. Conley is originally from White Bear Lake, Minnesota. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Biology and Bachelor of Arts in Public Health at Hamline University in 2016. In 2020, he received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy. His professional interests include cardiology, infectious disease, internal medicine, and oncology. Dr. Conley’s major research project investigates the rates of ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke in patients treated with direct oral anticoagulants versus vitamin K antagonist following transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR). Outside of residency, he enjoys bouldering, playing and listening to music, hockey, trying new coffee shops, and hiking the Pacific Northwest.
Dr. Kovalenko is originally from Kyiv, Ukraine. She completed both her Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Pharmacy degrees at Long Island University in Brooklyn, New York. Her professional interests include oncology, emergency medicine and formulary management. She is eager to explore pharmacy practice in Oregon. Dr. Kovalenko’s research project analyzes the relationship between tacrolimus trough levels and patient outcomes following allogeneic stem cell transplant. Outside of work, Dr. Kovalenko enjoys jogging, practicing yoga, snowboarding and water coloring.
Dr. Radke is originally from Greenville, South Carolina. She received her Bachelor of Science degrees in Biology and Chemistry from the College of Charleston. After working as a chemist in the Charleston area, she went on to receive her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). Her professional interests include critical care, emergency medicine, and internal medicine. Dr. Radke’s research project investigates the use of the MRC-ICU clinical scoring tool and its relationship to time spent on pharmacist interventions. Outside of residency, she enjoys cooking Italian food, hiking nature trails, playing video games, and nerding out with some Harry Potter trivia.
Originating from a southwest suburb of Chicago, Dr. Roppo spent the majority of her life in the Midwest. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Physiology at the University of Iowa followed by her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Dr. Roppo is grateful for the opportunity to experience pharmacy practice at OHSU and to explore the Pacific Northwest. Her professional interests include solid organ transplant, oncology, and internal medicine. In alignment with both her personal and professional interests, Dr. Roppo’s research project focuses on studying health disparities by evaluating renal transplant outcomes in Black Americans. Outside of residency, she spends her time practicing yoga and meditation, acquiring new plants, and exploring new areas of the globe.