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Current Residents


E-mail: [email protected]

Hometown: Chino Hills, CA

School of Pharmacy: Midwestern University – Glendale

Professional Interests: Critical Care

Hobbies: Hiking, finding new restaurants to try, and baking

Research Project: Levels of albumin and impact on loop diuretic and albumin co-administration in heart failure (LILAC-HF)

What attracted you to the SJHMC? What first attracted me to St. Joe's was the fact that they are a Level 1 Trauma center and offer so many rotations in the various ICUs in the hospital, which align with my interest in critical care. However, after doing one of my APPE rotations here, I realized what an amazing learning environment this hospital was and how supportive all the preceptors are of their resident's and students' residency journeys. Though it was one of my most challenging rotations, I knew that I would learn and grow so much as a clinician, which prompted me to apply to be a resident here. After starting here as a resident, I could not be happier with my decision to choose SJHMC and become part of the family.

E-mail: [email protected]

Hometown: Chino Hills, CA

School of Pharmacy: Midwestern University – Glendale

Professional Interests: Critical Care

Hobbies: Hiking, finding new restaurants to try, and baking

Research Project: Levels of albumin and impact on loop diuretic and albumin co-administration in heart failure (LILAC-HF)

What attracted you to the SJHMC? What first attracted me to St. Joe's was the fact that they are a Level 1 Trauma center and offer so many rotations in the various ICUs in the hospital, which align with my interest in critical care. However, after doing one of my APPE rotations here, I realized what an amazing learning environment this hospital was and how supportive all the preceptors are of their resident's and students' residency journeys. Though it was one of my most challenging rotations, I knew that I would learn and grow so much as a clinician, which prompted me to apply to be a resident here. After starting here as a resident, I could not be happier with my decision to choose SJHMC and become part of the family.


E-mail: [email protected]

Hometown: Chandler, AZ

School of Pharmacy: University of Arizona – Tucson

Professional Interests: Critical Care

Hobbies: Traveling, cooking, hiking, watching movies

Research Project: A retrospective matched cohort study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of letermovir compared to valganciclovir for the prevention of human cytomegalovirus disease in adult lung transplant recipients.

What attracted you to the SJHMC? I was initially interested in this residency program as SJHMC is an academic teaching facility and a Level 1 trauma center, providing ample learning opportunities with a high acuity patient population. I was attracted t the fact that SJHMC offered a variety of rotations that aligned with my interest in critical care, such as MICU, Neurology, Trauma, Transplant, and Emergency Medicine. I was also drawn to the credentials of the preceptors, most of which completed PGY2 training at diverse training sites. After completing an APPE rotation here, I saw how supportive the pharmacy team is here in helping residents achieve their goals while also providing a rigorous curriculum that would adequately prepare me to enter the profession.

E-mail: [email protected]

Hometown: Chandler, AZ

School of Pharmacy: University of Arizona – Tucson

Professional Interests: Critical Care

Hobbies: Traveling, cooking, hiking, watching movies

Research Project: A retrospective matched cohort study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of letermovir compared to valganciclovir for the prevention of human cytomegalovirus disease in adult lung transplant recipients.

What attracted you to the SJHMC? I was initially interested in this residency program as SJHMC is an academic teaching facility and a Level 1 trauma center, providing ample learning opportunities with a high acuity patient population. I was attracted t the fact that SJHMC offered a variety of rotations that aligned with my interest in critical care, such as MICU, Neurology, Trauma, Transplant, and Emergency Medicine. I was also drawn to the credentials of the preceptors, most of which completed PGY2 training at diverse training sites. After completing an APPE rotation here, I saw how supportive the pharmacy team is here in helping residents achieve their goals while also providing a rigorous curriculum that would adequately prepare me to enter the profession.


E-mail: [email protected]

Hometown: Missoula, Montana

School of Pharmacy: University of Montana Skaggs School of Pharmacy

Professional Interests: Critical Care, Pediatrics, Cardiology

Hobbies: Reading/listening to audiobooks, going to concerts, trying new restaurants and coffee shops

Research Project: Retrospective comparison of low dose versus standard dose unfractionated heparin and low molecular weight heparin for VTE prophylaxis in underweight acutely ill medical patients.

What attracted you to the SJHMC? I loved how all of the preceptors were involved in each encounter I had with St. Joe's, from the initial open house event to my interview. Their positivity and upbeat attitudes immediately put me at ease and I knew that St. Joe's was a place I could develop professionally and personally. Additionally, I was excited by the wide variety of electives offered. I wanted a program where I could have a well-rounded PGY-1 experience, and St. Joe's truly has it all!

E-mail: [email protected]

Hometown: Missoula, Montana

School of Pharmacy: University of Montana Skaggs School of Pharmacy

Professional Interests: Critical Care, Pediatrics, Cardiology

Hobbies: Reading/listening to audiobooks, going to concerts, trying new restaurants and coffee shops

Research Project: Retrospective comparison of low dose versus standard dose unfractionated heparin and low molecular weight heparin for VTE prophylaxis in underweight acutely ill medical patients.

What attracted you to the SJHMC? I loved how all of the preceptors were involved in each encounter I had with St. Joe's, from the initial open house event to my interview. Their positivity and upbeat attitudes immediately put me at ease and I knew that St. Joe's was a place I could develop professionally and personally. Additionally, I was excited by the wide variety of electives offered. I wanted a program where I could have a well-rounded PGY-1 experience, and St. Joe's truly has it all!


E-mail: [email protected]

Hometown: Phoenix, AZ

School of Pharmacy: University of Arizona R Ken Coit College of Pharmacy – Phoenix, AZ

Professional Interests: Emergency Medicine, Cardiology, Critical Care

Hobbies: Dungeons & Dragons, playing guitar, going to concerts

Research Project: Outcomes of Empiric Doxycycline Therapy for Outpatient Treatment of Confirmed or Suspected Streptococcus Skin and Soft Tissue Infection

What attracted you to the SJHMC? I was attracted to SJHMC's PGY1 program for the opportunity to hone my clinical skills at a Level 1 Trauma Center that is home to the Barrow Neurological Institute and the Norton Thoracic Institute. I knew it was a program that would challenge me to develop into the strongest practitioner I can be, and after my interview, I could tell that all the preceptors at SJHMC would be immensely supportive and caring throughout my journey as well.

E-mail: [email protected]

Hometown: Phoenix, AZ

School of Pharmacy: University of Arizona R Ken Coit College of Pharmacy – Phoenix, AZ

Professional Interests: Emergency Medicine, Cardiology, Critical Care

Hobbies: Dungeons & Dragons, playing guitar, going to concerts

Research Project: Outcomes of Empiric Doxycycline Therapy for Outpatient Treatment of Confirmed or Suspected Streptococcus Skin and Soft Tissue Infection

What attracted you to the SJHMC? I was attracted to SJHMC's PGY1 program for the opportunity to hone my clinical skills at a Level 1 Trauma Center that is home to the Barrow Neurological Institute and the Norton Thoracic Institute. I knew it was a program that would challenge me to develop into the strongest practitioner I can be, and after my interview, I could tell that all the preceptors at SJHMC would be immensely supportive and caring throughout my journey as well.