Natalya "Nat" Salganik is originally from Moscow, Russia, and moved to NYC when she was four years old. She completed her BA in Biochemistry at Hunter College, CUNY. As an intern within the Medication Use Policy team, she handles complex medication-related inquiries, writes hospital guidelines, completes drug monographs, and reports drug defects. Her current research work focuses on the roles of community and ambulatory pharmacy on patient outcomes post-hospital discharge. In her free time, Natalya enjoys playing chess, collecting plants, and playing electric guitar. In the future, she would like to complete a PhD in Clinical Translational Sciences in order to improve the transitional care process for various patient populations within the community pharmacy setting.