Alma Mater: MCPHS University (Boston)
Post-Graduate Training: PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency with a focus in Transitions of Care through the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill and AccessCare, a network of Community Care of North Carolina
Position at MCPHS: Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice; Fellowship Faculty Coordinator- Academics (Boston); Faculty mentor for MCPHS/Agios & MCPHS/Novartis fellows
What are some projects you’ve worked on with fellows over the years?
My fellows and I are currently working on research related to teaching and learning. Additionally, my fellows assist me with facilitating and grading journal club presentations completed by my APPE students. I’ve also worked with my fellows on various teaching opportunities such as reviewing grading rubrics they’ve created and observing them teach in our didactic courses.
What is your favorite part about working with the fellowship program?
I enjoy meeting new fellows each year. I also love working with the fellows to tailor their interests with their academic responsibilities.
Do you have any advice for current or incoming fellows?
Enjoy the fellowship process and learn as much as you can during the next year or two as your fellowship will go by quickly.