PGY1 Pharmacy Residency: Aaron P. Hartmann, PharmD, BCPS "The PGY1 residency at Barnes-Jewish Hospital offers an in-depth exposure to many different areas of clinical practice. The preceptors are highly integrated within their multi-disciplinary teams and serve as excellent role models for developing clinicians. The dedication and commitment on behalf of the clinical staff allows our graduating PGY1 residents the ability to move on to either clinical positions, second year residencies, or fellowship programs in a variety of practice settings."
PGY2 Internal Medicine Pharmacy Residency: William Call, PharmD, BCPS "Our internal medicine specialty residents will have the opportunity to experience a variety of clinical settings which reflect the diversity in the training at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Our partnership with University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis and the Department of Medicine at Washington University provide a wealth of teaching exposure in the classroom and practice environment. The graduates of our program will be well-suited to excel in an internal medicine practice at an academic or community institution."
PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Residency: Gabrielle A. Gibson, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP "With all the rapid advances in critical care medicine, it's imperative that clinical specialists in critical care have the type of training which prepares them to be an effective multi-disciplinary team member. Our residents practice in a variety of very progressive, intensive care settings and interact with some of the finest intensivists in the country. Our program prepares our residents to become competent critical care clinicians in settings ranging from academic medical centers to community-based hospitals."
PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Residency: Tamara Krekel, PharmD, BCPS, BCIDP "The PGY2 infectious diseases residency at Barnes-Jewish Hospital provides a unique opportunity for the resident to provide service and gain experience at both the local-hospital level and hospital-system level. Throughout the year, the resident will experience being a part of multiple inpatient infectious diseases consult teams, an outpatient infectious diseases clinic, and a long-standing antimicrobial stewardship program. The strong relationships that the Department of Pharmacy has developed with the Washington University Division of Infectious Diseases allow the resident to function in a receptive, beneficial, and mutually respectful environment. Our program prepares our resident to become a competent infectious diseases/antimicrobial stewardship clinical pharmacy specialist."
PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy Residency: Katie L. Lentz, PharmD, BCOP "Oncology is one of the fastest growing fields of medicine with increases in both new diagnoses and overall survival rates. With the approval of many new chemotherapy and biologic agents each year, the oncology clinical pharmacy specialist is a critical member of the multidisciplinary oncology team. This PGY-2 oncology residency is designed to prepare a well-rounded oncology clinical pharmacist who will be a high-level practitioner in this rapidly evolving field."
PGY2 Solid Organ Transplant Pharmacy Residency: Kent W. Botkin, PharmD, BCPS, BCTXP “With the growing number of solid organ transplants performed annually in the United States, there is an increasing need for well-trained pharmacy clinical specialists in the field of transplantation. In depth pharmaceutical safety and efficacy information is invaluable to multidisciplinary healthcare teams, as well as patients, to provide optical outcomes. By providing rotations in long established, high volume, high acuity transplant services which include: kidney, liver, lung, and heart patient populations, a graduate of our PGY2 solid organ transplant residency will be proficient in providing expert pharmaceutical care to these complex patient populations.”