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Past Residents

2014 - 2015

Anna Drapkin, PharmDAnna Drapkin, PharmD

Education: Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA

Future Goals: I envision myself working closely with an interdisciplinary team as a clinical pharmacist in a critical care setting of an urban hospital.

Current Employment: PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Resident, Abington Hospital – Jefferson Health

 

Bo Ran Kang, PharmDBo Ran Kang, PharmD

Education: Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA

Future Goals: I envision myself practicing as a clinical pharmacist in hospital critical care setting providing optimal medication therapy

Current Employment: Searching for employment in California

 

Sarah Maheady, PharmDSarah Maheady, PharmD

Education: Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, PA

Future Goals: I envision myself practicing pharmacy in a critical care or general medicine setting contributing to patient care as part of an interdisciplinary team.

Current Employment: Clinical Pharmacist, Christiana Hospital

 

2013 - 2014

Resident Lindsay HarterLindsay Harter, PharmD, BCPS

Education: Thomas Jefferson University - School of Pharmacy, Philadelphia, PA

Future goals: In five years I see myself practicing pharmacy through the patient-centered integrated practice model. Being easily accessible to other health care practitioners, patients, and patients’ families, would be a high priority.

Current employment: Medication Reconciliation Pharmacist, Doylestown Hospital

 

Resident Braden RallBraden Rall, PharmD

Education: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Boston, MA

Future goals: My short-term career goal is to become board certified in pharmacotherapy and to improve overall as a practicing clinical pharmacist either in a specialized field of practice or as a generalist. My long-term career aspiration (10 years) is to become a clinical specialist or director in one area of interest.

Current employment: Oncology Clinical Pharmacist, John Hopkins Hospital