2022-2023 PGY1 Residency Class
|From left: Lindsay Allison, Savannah Jones, Gracie Wade|
Lindsay Allison, Pharm.D. is from Naugatuck, Connecticut. She received her bachelor’s degree from Western New England University and her Pharm.D. from the University of Saint Joseph School of Pharmacy and Physician Assistant Studies. Her professional interests include pediatric hospital medicine and ambulatory care. Lindsay’s residency project will focus on antibiotic use in staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome. Her medication use evaluation will focus on midazolam use in very low birth weight infants. Her continuing education topic will be direct oral anticoagulant use in the pediatric population. Other projects Lindsay will be involved in include training modules for general pediatrics, anticoagulants, bleeding disorders, and pediatric leukemia. In her free time, Lindsay enjoys exploring Alabama with her co-residents and spending time with family and friends.
Savannah Jones, Pharm.D. is from Glencoe, AL. She received her Pharm.D. from Samford University’s McWhorter School of Pharmacy. Her professional interests include pulmonary, pediatric hospital medicine, and infectious diseases. Savannah’s residency project will evaluate melatonin dosing strategies and implement a new guideline for dosing melatonin at Children’s. Her medication use evaluation will focus on acute kidney injury in patients receiving ketorolac and ibuprofen. Her continuing education topic will be the new AAP guidelines for septic work-up of well-appearing febrile infants. Other projects Savannah will be involved in include training modules for pulmonary topics, NICU topics, antifungal medications, and metabolic acidosis. In her free time, she enjoys reading and spending time with friends and family.
Gracie Wade, Pharm.D. is from Sylacauga, Alabama. She received her Pharm.D. from Auburn University Harrison College of Pharmacy. Her professional interests include emergency medicine, critical care, and hematology/oncology. Gracie’s residency project will focus on evaluation of effectiveness of a vitamin D replenishment protocol in kidney transplant recipients. Her medication use evaluation will focus on metronidazole use in sepsis. Her continuing education topic will be subcutaneous and intramuscular administration in special populations. Other projects Gracie will be involved in include training modules for renal transplant, liver transplant, heart transplant, and HIV. In her free time Gracie enjoys traveling, hiking, and spending time with her family and friends.