Aimee Faso, PharmD, BCOP, CPP

Clinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner

Aimee Faso is a Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner (CPP) at the North Carolina Cancer Hospital (NCCH) who works with the outpatient breast oncology team. After completion of her Master’s degree in physiological psychology at Ohio University, she worked in the pharmaceutical industry for 2 years. She then attended pharmacy school at the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL followed by a pharmacy practice residency at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. Aimee worked as a pharmacist in oncology after completion of her residency until moving to the NCCH in 2008. During her time at UNC, Aimee has worked in the inpatient/outpatient pharmacies, oncology infusion clinic and with the outpatient GI and Breast Teams. During her time at UNC, she earned her board certification in oncology pharmacy (BCOP) as well as certification as a CPP. She is Adjuvant Faculty at the Eschelman School of Pharmacy where she teaches breast cancer treatment to pharmacy students and is a preceptor to pharmacy students and pharmacy residents. She is also a clinical assistance professor in the School of Nursing where she teaches oncology pharmacology in the nurse practitioner program.