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PGY1 Pharmacy Residents

Jenna Salter, PharmD

Jenna Salter, PharmD

Jenna.Salter@inova.org

Pharmacy School: University of Michigan

Practice area interests: Internal Medicine, Cardiology

Reason for coming to Inova Fairfax Medical Campus
I was interested in Inova Fairfax Medical Campus due to the variety of rotation opportunities with a multitude of learning opportunities in a wide range of practice areas. Additionally, there were a great number of opportunities for my professional development through teaching and precepting, research and quality improvement project work, and clinical presentations. During my time here, preceptors have been very experienced, engaged, and flexible, this has allowed my learning environment to be tailored in a way that suits my needs while providing me with the experience needed to be a confident healthcare provider.

Kacey Elman, PharmD

Kacey Elman, PharmD

Kacey.Elman@inova.org

Pharmacy School: University of South Carolina

Practice area interest: Pediatrics

Reason for coming to Inova Fairfax Medical Campus
Inova Fairfax Medical Campus initially sparked my interest because of the diverse rotation options and opportunity to care for high acuity patients. In my short time at Inova, it has been evident that my preceptors will cater my learning experiences to my future career goals. The pharmacy staff is family-orientated and supportive. I’ve appreciated the opportunity to learn my strengths as a pharmacist and work with other health care professionals.

Ha Eun (Leena) Park, PharmD

Ha Eun (Leena) Park, PharmD

Haeun.Park@inova.org

Pharmacy School: University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Practice area interests: Critical care, Oncology, Infectious Disease, Practice Management

Reason for coming to Inova Fairfax Medical Campus
I chose Inova Fairfax Medical Campus because of well-rounded exposure to various specialty area and clinical skills to manage a diverse range of complex patients at a Level 1 Trauma center. In addition, the program offers extensive acute care experiences, with a variety of ICU rotations and oncology which are my areas of interest. Besides clinical aspects, I was also drawn to this program because of the supportive environment from preceptors and program director which will help me to become a competent and independent pharmacist.

Hanna Yakubi, PharmD

Hanna Yakubi, PharmD

Hanna.Yakubi@inova.org

Pharmacy School: University of California San Francisco

Practice area interest: Oncology

Reason for coming to Inova Fairfax Medical Campus
High acuity of patients and supportive preceptors that will strengthen my foundational knowledge gained from pharmacy school and teach me how to apply it in a clinical practice setting. Also, my love for the Northern Virginia and DC metro area.

PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Resident

Maggie Thannisch, PharmD

Maggie Thannisch, PharmD

Maggie.Thannisch@inova.org

Pharmacy School: University of Arkansas

PGY1 Pharmacy Residency: University of Arkansas Medical Center

Practice Area Interests: Mechanical circulatory support, anticoagulation, informatics, and practice management

Reason for coming to Inova Fairfax Medical Campus:
I was initially drawn to Inova Fairfax Medical Campus due to their wide variety of critical care opportunities, specifically within the trauma and cardiac populations. My interest in IFMC only grew after my initial interaction with both the RPD and the previous PGY2 resident at Midyear and was solidified after meeting the critical care clinical specialist team. I knew by training here, I would be in an environment where I would be cared for, invested in, and challenged to reach my fullest potential. I look forward to the critical care pharmacist I will be after the diverse experiences and thoughtful mentorships I have had the opportunity to receive.

PGY2 Emergency Medicine Pharmacy Resident

Jessica Woodward, PharmD

Jessica Woodward, PharmD

Jessica.Woodward@inova.org

Pharmacy School: University of Maryland

PGY1 Pharmacy Residency: University of Virginia (UVA) Health

Reason for coming to Inova Fairfax Medical Campus:
Inova Fairfax Medical Campus allows me to train at a Level I trauma center with a diverse and challenging patient population. There are plenty of opportunities to explore my interests in cardiology, infectious disease, resuscitative medicine, and transitions of care as well as other unique opportunities including a toxicology rotation at the National Poison Control Center and precepting. I know that after training here, I will be a well-rounded emergency medicine clinical pharmacy specialist.

2020 - 2021 Residents

Erin Catchings

Erin Catchings, PharmD

2020 - 2021 PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

Pharmacy School: University of South Carolina

Went on to a PGY2 in Cardiology at WakeMed Health in Raleigh, NC

Annie Jeon

Annie Jeon, PharmD

2020 - 2021 PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

Annie.Jeon@inova.org

Pharmacy School: VCU

Joined us at Inova Fairfax Medical Campus as a Clinical Staff Pharmacist

Kendra Jones

Kendra Jones, PharmD

2020 - 2021 PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

Kendra.Jones@inova.org

Pharmacy School: University of Kentucky

Joined us at Inova Fairfax Medical Campus as a Clinical Staff Pharmacist

Carley Strzalka

Carley Strzalka, PharmD

2020 - 2021 PGY1 Pharmacy Resident

Carley.Strzalka@inova.org

Pharmacy School: Ohio Northern University

Joined us at Inova Fairfax Medical Campus as a Clinical Staff Pharmacist

Lauren Albertina

Lauren Albertina, PharmD

2020 - 2021 PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Resident

Lauren.Albertina@inova.org

Pharmacy School: St. Louis College of Pharmacy

PGY1 Pharmacy Residency: Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center

Joined as at Inova Fairfax Medical Campus as a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Critical Care

Alicia Senart

Alicia Senart, PharmD

2020 - 2021 PGY2 Emergency Medicine Pharmacy Resident

Pharmacy School: University of Toledo

PGY1 Pharmacy Residency: Cleveland Clinic Fairview Hospital

Hired as an Emergency Medicine Clinical Pharmacist at Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC)