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Pediatric Pharmacy Residency

Welcome!

We are pleased that you are interested in our team at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and invite you to learn more about our program. We are dedicated to providing the best possible care for pediatric patients at our state-of-the-art 259-bed children’s hospital. Our new facility opened in 2010 and our team enjoys advanced technology and support as we continue our integration with Johns Hopkins Medicine. This is an exciting time at our institution, as we continue to provide outstanding clinical care while advancing our research and education missions.

The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital ASHP Accredited Pharmacy Residency Program has a highly qualified and dedicated group of preceptors, representing a combined total of more than 60 years of experience to guide you in becoming a skilled pediatric clinical pharmacist. Our flexible program allows you to tailor your residency to fit your specific interests and professional goals.

Our high acuity institution is at the forefront of clinical practice and will help you to expand your knowledge base and refine your clinical skills. Our goal is to provide an exceptional learning experience for you as you make this commitment to your future in pharmacy.

We look forward to meeting you.

Current 2017-2018 Pharmacy Residents


PGY1 Pharmacy Resident: Allie Elozory, PharmD
Dr. Elozory is one of our current PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residents for the 2017-2018 year. A Florida native, Allie received her bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Rhodes College in 2013. She then went on to obtain her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Florida College of Pharmacy, Gainesville campus in 2017. Her passion for a career in pediatrics began early on, through time spent at St Jude Children’s Research Hospital as a volunteer and research intern in Pharmaceutical Sciences. During pharmacy school, Allie was an active member of APhA-ASP, ACCP, and Kappa Epsilon, each of which she held leadership roles in.  She was able to complete several fourth year rotations in pediatric pharmacy, further solidifying her early interests. She is excited about the variety of rotation opportunities at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, and looking forward to an excellent year!
 

PGY1 Pharmacy Resident: Sally Kassem, PharmD
Dr. Kassem received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Florida College of Pharmacy. Her passion for pediatrics has developed from both her classes in pharmacy school as well as from her Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital. Sally is excited to be back as a resident and is looking forward to expanding her professional interests by taking on a diverse set of rotations, getting involved in a variety of committees, and conducting several research projects. Her current interests include hematology/oncology, neonatology, and academia. ​​

 

PGY2 Pediatric Pharmacy Resident: Laura Steinauer, PharmD
Dr. Steinauer received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy in 2016, and completed her PGY1 Residency in Pediatric Pharmacy at Mayo Eugenio Litta Children’s Hospital in Rochester, Minnesota in June 2017. Her current interests include infectious diseases, antimicrobial stewardship, academia, and general pediatrics. Laura looks forward to diving into another year of pediatrics with a diverse set of rotations, which includes a rotation at the Poison Control Center in Tampa, Fla. She was fortunate to get the opportunity to be on the Disaster Assistance Response Team during hurricane Irma, which is an experience she will remember forever. This residency program caters to her professional goals and interests, including involvement with committees, projects, and teaching. She is confident that at the completion of this program, she will have had the pediatric exposure necessary to be successful in her future endeavors.​