History

Our Pharmacy Practice residency program was first accredited by ASHP in 1988. Our PGY1 and PGY2 programs have been re-accredited in recent years. We are proud of the contributions that over 130 BMC residency graduates have made to advance the profession of pharmacy through patient care, scholarship, and leadership in their professional careers. To learn more about our current residents, please click on the pictures below!

Current Pharmacy Residency Class

PGY1

Jordan Koloski, PharmD

Non-Traditional [email protected]
PGY1
Project: Reducing Missing Dose Requests and Decreasing STAT IV Medication Time to Administration

Dr. Koloski is from Lebanon, New Hampshire. He graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, MA in 2020. His clinical areas of interest include critical care, infectious disease, and emergency medicine. In his spare time, he enjoys being active, playing board and video games, and hanging out with friends. A fun fact about Jordan is that he is Crossfit Level-1 trainer and has also competed in multiple competitions!

Jordan Koloski

Sopheaktra Kong, PharmD

Non-Traditional [email protected]
PGY1
Project: Reducing Missing Dose Requests and Decreasing STAT IV Medication Time to Administration

Dr. Kong is from Lowell, Massachusetts. He graduated from MCPHS University in Boston, MA in 2019. His clinical areas of interests are in Critical Care and Emergency Medicine. An avid basketball fan, he loves playing and watching the sport with his favorite team of course being the Boston Celtics. A fun fact about Sopheaktra is that he played lead guitar in a cover band of The Strokes!

Sopheaktra Kong

PGY2

Spencer Sutton, PharmD

Infectious Diseases [email protected]
PGY2
Project: Managing Transitions of Care (TOC) for High-risk Oral and Intravenous Anti-infectives at Discharge

Dr. Sutton is from Chelmsford, Massachusetts. He graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, MA in 2020. His clinical areas of interest include Infectious Disease and Critical Care. In his spare time, he loves to cook, sing karaoke, and play Dungeons & Dragons. A fun fact about Spencer is that he came in 2nd place in four different male charity pageants!

Spencer Sutton

Jessica Freydman, PharmD

Oncology [email protected]
PGY2
Project: Optimizing antibiotic prescribing for febrile neutropenia

Dr. Freydman is from Marlboro, New Jersey. She graduated from the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, Rutgers University in 2020. Her clinical areas of interest include Oncology and Cardiology. In her spare time, she likes to hike and bike, play ultimate frisbee, and eat dessert before dinner. A fun fact about Jess is that she knows how to ballroom dance!

Jessica Freydman

Gideon Berdahl, PharmD

Critical Care [email protected]
PGY2
Project: Optimizing the treatment of congestive heart failure exacerbation in the emergency department

Dr. Berdahl is from Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He graduated from the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy in 2020. His clinical areas of interest are Emergency Medicine, Critical Care, and Solid Organ Transplant. In his spare time, he likes to play tennis, exercise, and spend time with friends and family. A fun fact about Gideon is that he used to own a T-shirt design company!

Gideon Berdahl