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Residency and Fellowship Placement of Texas A&M Pharmacy Students and Alumni

2024 Placements

LeenAlyaseen-web.jpg Leen Alyaseen 

Clinical Education Alliance - Health Education and Outcomes Fellowship


Shirley-Lee-web.jpg Sharon Haliburton 
PGY-2 Ambulatory Care - Cleveland Clinic Main Campus


Victoria-Tarbutton-web.jpg Uyen Hoang
PGY-2 Internal Medicine - Boston Medical Center



Ishimwe-Masozera-web.jpg Crystal Chi
Indian Health Service (IHS) Northern Navajo Medical Center (NNMC) PGY-1

Brianna-Perez-web.jpg Jennifer Narsh
DHR Track A/Texas A&M Rangel College Of Pharmacy


Jason-Maille-web.jpg Ashley Ferris 
PGY-2 Medication-Use Safety & Policy, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center


Jiz-Jacob-web.jpg Kevin Nguyen 
St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital


Mackenzie-McBeth-web.jpg Ramsey Ramos 
Methodist Hospital and Methodist Children’s Hospital


Koren-Dunn-web.png Joon Chang 
St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital


Sophia-Fontana-web.jpg Alexandra Burum 
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas- PGY2 Critical Care

Ashley-Ferris-web.jpg Patricia Flores
Corpus Christi Medical Center



Lauren Esqueda
DHR Health PGY1 Ambulatory Care Track

Sharma,-Trisha-web.jpg DaniElle Nares 
DHR Health/Texas A&M Rangel College of Pharmacy



Sarahi-Casas-web.jpg Peter Belbin

Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center PGY-1


Kimberly-Errisuriz-web.jpg Kimberly Errisuriz
PGY2- Geriatrics - South Texas Veterans Health Care System


John,-Sharon-web.jpg Delisa Garcia
Driscoll Children’s Hospital



"I was drawn to the industry sector as I started pharmacy school because of my love of science and want to help advance the creation of life-saving medications. I was fortunate to secure a Global Regulatory Affairs internship with Janssen thanks to the tools of the school, and it was there that I decided what I wanted to do for a living. My ability to secure a fellowship in Global Regulatory Affairs with Sanofi was significantly aided by Texas A&M School of Pharmacy. The school helped me out by providing a range of educational and practical possibilities that improved my knowledge and abilities in the area of pharmaceuticals and regulatory affairs, such as: Strong academic programs: Texas A&M School of Pharmacy provided me with a strong foundation in the scientific and regulatory facets of the pharmaceutical industry through its challenging academic offerings in pharmacy and related subjects. Experiential learning opportunities: The school offered a variety of possibilities for experiential learning, including internships, research projects, and volunteer work, all of which helped me obtain practical experiences and enhance my résumé. Networking opportunities: The school offered me several opportunities to network with individuals working in the pharmaceutical industry and regulatory bodies, which aided me in creating relationships and learning about potential career paths. Career guidance: I was able to find and pursue fellowship opportunities in global regulatory affairs with the support of the school's career advisory services, which included resume and cover letter critiques, job search tools, and networking events. By utilizing these tools and resources, I improved my prospects of landing a fellowship with Sanofi and developed the knowledge, abilities, and experiences necessary to be successful in the field of global regulatory affairs."

Past Placements