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Current Residents

Pharmacy Residency Class of 2013-2014

Leanne Hewlett, PharmD

Email: Leanne.Hewlett@memorialhermann.org

Dr. Hewlett, born and raised in Murray, KY, received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in May of 2013 from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy.  Her practice areas of interest include pediatrics, infectious disease, and critical care.  Additionally, Dr. Hewlett has an interest in teaching and plans to complete the University of Houston College of Pharmacy Teaching and Scholarship in Academia Program.  Her research project is focused on the incidence of acute kidney injury associated with vancomycin with and without concurrent nephrotoxins.  Upon completion of her PGY1 residency, Dr. Hewlett plans to complete a PGY2 specialty residency. Ultimately, she hopes to obtain a clinical position at a large academic medical center that is associated with a college of pharmacy with opportunities for patient care, teaching, and research.

Advisor: Sara Schepcoff, PharmD, BCPS


Yeun-Ju (Michelle) Lee, PharmD

Email: Yeunju.Lee@memorialhermann.org

Dr. Lee, born in South Korea and raised in Houston, TX, received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in May of 2013 from the University of Houston College of Pharmacy.  Her practice areas of interest include cardiology, critical care and emergency medicine.  Additionally, Dr. Lee has an interest in teaching and plans to complete the University of Houston College of Pharmacy Teaching and Scholarship in Academia Program.  In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Lee is a member of ASHP. Her research project is focused on anticoagulation in patients with TandemHeart.  Upon completion of her PGY1 residency, Dr. Lee plans to complete a PGY2 specialty residency.  She hopes to obtain a clinical position at a large academic medical center that is associated with a college of pharmacy with opportunities for patient care, teaching, and research. 

Advisor: Eileen Tharp, PharmD, BCPS


Ashton Stinnette, PharmD

Email: Ashton.Stinnette@memorialhermann.org

Dr. Stinnette, born and raised in Nederland, TX, received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in May of 2013 from the University of Houston College of Pharmacy. Her practice areas of interest include pediatrics and nutrition support.  Additionally, Dr. Stinnette has an interest in teaching and plans to complete the University of Houston College of Pharmacy Teaching and Scholarship in Academia Program.  Her research project is focused on the effect of inappropriate antibiotic selection on outcomes in patients with urinary tract infections. Upon completion of her PGY1 residency, Dr. Stinnette plans to complete a PGY2 specialty residency. Ultimately, she hopes to obtain a clinical specialist position at a large academic medical center.

Advisor: Karen Williams, PharmD


Phillip Weddle, PharmD

Email: Phillip.Weddle@memorialhermann.org

Dr. Weddle, born and raised in Phoenix, AZ, received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree in May of 2013 from the University of Arizona.  His practice areas of interest include pediatrics, critical care, and infectious diseases.  Additionally, Dr. Weddle has an interest in teaching and plans to complete the University of Houston College of Pharmacy Teaching and Scholarship in Academia Program.  In addition to his clinical responsibilities, Dr. Weddle is a member of the Residency Advisory Committee at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center as well as ASHP and the Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group. His research project is focused on comparing the outcomes in pediatric patients receiving conventional or high-dose corticosteroids for the treatment of severe asthma exacerbation.  Upon completion of his PGY1 residency, Dr. Weddle plans to pursue a PGY2 specialty residency in pediatrics.  Ultimately, he hopes to work as a pediatric clinician at a large academic medical center with teaching opportunities.

Advisor: David Guervil, PharmD


PGY2 Critical Care Residents

Golby Jalali, PharmD, BCPS

Email: Golby.Jalali@memorialhermann.org

Dr. Jalali, born and raised in Herndon, VA, received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in May of 2012 from Virginia Commonwealth University. She completed her PGY1 residency at Bon Secours Health System in June of 2013. In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Jalali is a member of ASHP, ACCP, and SCCM. Her research project is focused on thromboelastography-guided blood product administration in traumatic brain injury patients. Dr. Jalali completed the teaching certificate program at Virginia Commonwealth University. Upon completion of her training, Dr. Jalali plans to pursue a clinical position with opportunities for patient care, teaching, and research.

Advisor: Jennifer Gass, Pharm.D., M.S., BCPS


Holly Kirk, PharmD, BCPS

Email: Holly.Kirk@memorialhermann.org

Dr. Kirk, born and raised in Terra Alta, WV, received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in May of 2012 from West Virginia University School of Pharmacy.  She completed her PGY1 residency at West Virginia University Healthcare in June of 2013.  In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Kirk is a member of ACCP, SCCM, ASHP, and WVSHP.   Her research project is focused on the effect of cardiogenic shock on clopidogrel activity. Dr. Kirk completed the teaching certificate program at the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy.  Upon completion of her training, Dr. Kirk plans to pursue a clinical position with focus on research and teaching.

Advisor: Teresa Allison, PharmD, BCPS


PGY2 Pediatric Pharmacy Resident

Sofia Mnjoyan, PharmD

Email: Sofia.Mnjoyan@memorialhermann.org

Dr.Mnjoyan, born and raised in Yerevan, Armenia, received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in May of 2012 from the University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy.  She completed her PGY1 residency at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy and Hendrick Hospital in June of 2013. In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Mnjoyan is a member of ASHP and APhA.  Her research project is focused on the medication management of children in a comprehensive care (medical home model) clinic. Dr. Mnjoyan completed the Clinical Educator Teaching Certificate Program at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy. Upon completion of her training, Dr.Mnjoyan plans to pursue a faculty and clinical position at a children’s hospital associated with a school of pharmacy. 

Advisor: Mamta Naik, RD, PharmD