Meet our current residents in the 2020/2021 Pharmacy Residency Program.
Jennifer Martins, Pharm.D
Dr. Martins attended the University of Rhode Island with 3.82 GPA and graduated with a PharmD graduate and Bachelors of Biological Sciences. While at URI, she participated in many professional organizations, such as the American Pharmacists Association, Phi Lambda Sigma Leadership Society, and was also a volunteer tutor and treasurer of the Rho Chi honors society. She also worked as an intern at Miriam Hospital for four years and at CVS/Pharmacy for six years.
Dr. Martins then became licensed in Massachusetts and Florida, which has allowed her to start practicing as a licensed pharmacist during a one-year fellowship at the Providence VA, where she was responsible for precepting pharmacy students, staffing, hosting conferences for medical students and residents, teaching ACLS, and preparing CE-accredited formal presentations and in-service presentations. Dr. Martins enjoys traveling and studied Global Health while traveling in Guatemala.
Jessica Katiaj, Pharm.D
Dr. Katiaj received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS), Manchester Campus. During her time at MCPHS, she served as the vice president of the Student Government Association and secretary to the ACCP and ASHP student societies on campus. She was a member of the Rho Chi Honor Society and Phi Lambda Sigma. She has also worked as a pharmacy intern at the Elliot Hospital and Hannaford Pharmacy.