Historia

Nuestro programa de residencia en Práctica de Farmacia fue acreditado por primera vez por ASHP en 1988. Nuestros programas PGY1 y PGY2 han sido re-acreditados en los últimos años. Estamos orgullosos de las contribuciones que más de 130 graduados en residencia de BMC han hecho para promover la profesión de farmacia a través de la atención al paciente, la beca y el liderazgo en sus carreras profesionales. Para obtener más información sobre nuestros residentes actuales, haga clic en las imágenes a continuación.

Clase de residencia de farmacia actual

PGY1

Gideon Berdahl, PharmD

Critical Care
Gideon Berdahl

Jessica Freydman, PharmD

Oncology
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Joshua Hayden

Pharmacy Resident
PharmD
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PGY1
Effectiveness of an outpatient antimicrobial stewardship program on decreasing unnecessary use of antimicrobials for acute bronchitis Residency Recruitment Committee

Dr. Hayden is from Lynnfield, Massachusetts. He graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 2020. His clinical areas of interest are in Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine. In his free time, he likes to ski/snowboard and travel to new places with friends or family. A fun fact about Josh is that he is SCUBA certified and enjoys exploring shipwrecks and diving for lobsters!

Joshua Hayden

Jordan Koloski, PharmD

Non-Traditional
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Sopheaktra Kong, PharmD

Non-Traditional
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Meissane Lee, PharmD

Clinical Specialist Ambulatory Care
Meissane Lee

Jessica Sullivan

Pharmacy Resident
PharmD
[email protected]
PGY1
De-Prescribing of medications initiated in the intensive care unit Preceptor Development Committee

Dr. Sullivan is from Lockport, Illinois. She graduated from Midwestern University – Chicago College of Pharmacy in 2020. Her clinical areas of interest include Emergency Medicine, Critical Care, and Cardiology. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, Pilates, skiing, and spending time with her family and friends. A fun fact about Jess is that she’s an avid fermenter of vegetables – ask her about hot giardiniera!

Jessica Sullivan

Spencer Sutton, PharmD

Infectious Diseases
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PGY2

Ava Cascone, PharmD

Clinical Specialist Critical Care
Ava Cascone

Lynnette Henshaw, PharmD

Clinical Specialist Oncology
Lynnette Henshaw

Pawlose Ketema

Pharmacy Resident
PharmD
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PGY2
Infectious Diseases Optimizing antibiotic prescribing for febrile neutropenia Professional Development Committee

Dr. Ketema is from Rockville, Maryland. He graduated from Howard University College of Pharmacy in Washington, DC in 2019 and completed his PGY-1 residency at Washington DC VA Medical Center. His clinical areas of interest include infectious disease and academia. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling, and watching sports. A fun fact about Pawlose is that he knows how to speak three different languages!

Pawlose Ketema

Meissane Lee, PharmD

Clinical Specialist Ambulatory Care
Meissane Lee

Monique Payne-Cardona

Pharmacy Resident
PharmD
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PGY2
Emergency Medicine Optimizing the treatment of congestive heart failure exacerbations in the emergency department Pharmacy Residency Recruitment Committee

Dr. Payne-Cardona is from Southern California. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy Degree at the University of California, San Francisco in 2019 and completed her PGY1 residency at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA. Her clinical areas of interest include Emergency Medicine and Toxicology. In her spare time, she enjoys playing with her Frenchie, Lunesta, and trying new recipes in her instant pot. A fun fact about Monique is that she played violin for four years!

Monique Payne-Cardona

Ryan Zabrosky

Pharmacy Resident
PharmD
[email protected]
PGY2
Internal Medicine Managing transitions of care (TOC) for high-risk oral and intravenous anti-infectives at discharge Scholarship Committee

Dr. Zabrosky is from Greensburg, Pennsylvania. He graduated from West Virginia University in Morgantown, WV in 2019 and completed his PGY-1 Residency at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA. His clinical areas of interest include heart failure and anticoagulation. In his spare time, he likes to spend time with his dogs, watch as much Star Wars as possible, and is a Pittsburgh Penguins hockey fan (sorry everyone!). A fun fact about Ryan is that he and his fiancé have two dogs, Chewy & Copper!

Ryan Zabrosky