PGY1 & PGY2 HSPAL Current Residents


PGY1 Health-System Pharmacy Administration & Leadership Residents

Dr. Enos-Dano

Dr. Tiana Enos-Dano
Dr. Enos-Dano was born and raised on the beautiful island of Oahu, Hawaii. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Chemistry followed by her Doctor of Pharmacy from the Daniel K Inouye College of Pharmacy with a focus in Healthcare Leadership. During pharmacy school summer and winter breaks, she worked at Straub Medical Center where she developed a passion for Health Systems Administration. In residency, she continues to learn about administration through pursuing a Master of Business Administration at Oregon State University. Professional interests include cardiology, workflow optimization, and project management. Dr. Enos-Dano’s major project is evaluating the Outcome of Liver Transplantation in Patients with Acute Alcoholic Hepatitis/Cirrhosis. In her free time, she enjoys baking, traveling internationally, and hanging out with friends.

Dr. La Bodda

Dr. Sean La Bodda
Dr. Sean La Bodda was born into a traditional military family, living in different areas before ultimately settling in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They received their Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and their Doctorate of Pharmacy from the Medical College of Wisconsin. Their major areas of clinical interests are infectious diseases and pediatrics, but ultimately intends on an administrative role for clinical operations.  Outside of the fluorescent light settings, Sean can be found enjoying the arts and brunching on the weekends.

PGY2 Health-System Pharmacy Administration & Leadership Resident

Dr. Chun

Dr. Katherine Chun
Dr. Chun was born and raised in Wailuku, Hawaii.  She earned a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry with a dance minor from the University of Washington.  She then received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of California San Francisco and completed her PGY1 residency training at OHSU.  She is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration degree at Oregon State University.  Her professional interests include supply chain management, workflow optimization, and quality improvement.  Dr. Chun’s major project will implement billing procedures and develop a standardized quality assessment process for inpatient and ambulatory care pharmacists who are credentialed and privileged.  In her free time, she enjoys chatting with her friends and family, listening to podcasts and audiobooks, and hand lettering.