Current Residents

Resident PhotoChristopher Bell, PharmD.
Dr. Bell is from Salt Lake City, Utah. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in biology with a minor in chemistry from the University of Utah. In 2018, he received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the same institution. His professional interest areas include hematology and oncology, toxicology, internal medicine, and academia. Dr. Bell's major project research involves the evaluation of high dose influenza vaccination in patients with chronic myeloid leukemia that are receiving tyrosine kinase inhibitors. Outside of residency, he enjoys experiencing the many food wonders in Portland, watching movies, reading, running, and looking at pictures of his dogs that are still in Utah 


Resident PhotoJonathan Cohen, PharmD.
Dr. Cohen is originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Cellular and Molecular Biology at the University Michigan in 2014 and continued his education at the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy, attaining his Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2018. His professional interests include oncology, informatics, transitions of care, and clinical research. Dr. Cohen's major project is to evaluate liquid formulations of oral oncolytics and to develop a medication-use process for OHSU inpatient services of related products. Outside of his daily responsibilities at the hospital, he enjoys staying active by lifting things up and putting them back down, eating copious amounts of Portland delicacies with his fellow co-residents, and confusing medical teams as he "bleeds" Maize and Blue. 

Resident PhotoKendall Donohoe, PharmD.
Dr. Donohoe grew up in Sunnyvale, California and Meredith, New Hampshire. She attended Northeastern University's School of Pharmacy in Boston, Massachusetts and received both her BS in Pharmacy Studies and Doctor of Pharmacy degrees there. Her pharmacy practice interests lie in infectious diseases, public health, and transitions of care between inpatient and ambulatory settings. Dr. Donohoe's major research project investigates patient factors associated with direct oral anticoagulant treatment failure. Outside of residency, she enjoys running across Portland's many bridges and hiking its nearby mountains, reading the menu online before brunch, and seeing cute dogs walking down the street. 

Resident PhotoCalan Eyler, PharmD.
Dr. Eyler hails from the small, Eastern Oregon town of Vale. He completed his Bachelor of Science degree at Oregon State University, where he majored in Biohealth Sciences with an option in Pre-Pharmacy, and a Chemistry minor. In 2018, he received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Washington. His professional interests include critical care, emergency medicine, infectious disease, and internal medicine. Dr. Eyler's major project involves investigating outcomes of venous thromboembolism prophylaxis in underweight, critically ill patients. Outside of residency, he can typically be found enjoying one of Oregon's many wineries, obsessing over when he'll pet his next golden retriever, and constantly searching for the objectively best brunch in the city of Portland. 

Resident PhotoJohn Myers, PharmD.
Dr. Myers proudly hails from the southern Oregon town of Klamath Falls and completed his Bachelor of Science degree at Oregon State University. He loved the atmosphere of OSU so much that he completed his Doctor of Pharmacy at the Oregon State University/Oregon Health &Science University College of Pharmacy in 2018. His professional interests include emergency medicine, infectious diseases, oncology, and critical care. Dr. Myers' major project involves evaluating the rate of the inappropriate use of broad spectrum antibiotics in emergency department patients. A minor project of his is to find the best cheeseburger that Portland has to offer. Outside of pharmacy, he finds balance by hiking, wakeboarding, grilling with friends and family, cheering on the Oregon State Beavers, and spending his free time with his co-residents.