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 Touro University California College of Pharmacy

Touro University California - College of Pharmacy 

Residencies & Fellowships

 

Updated August 9, 2017

 

Download PDF  The Touro University California College of Pharmacy is a four-year, accredited Doctor of Pharmacy school that prepares students for a clinically-oriented, contemporary pharmacy practice.  A unique feature of the program is a two-year pharmacy practice or clerkship experience.  This enhanced exposure to patients is designed to create a more clinically mature graduate who will be fully prepared to enter pharmacy practice or pursue post-graduate pharmacy residencies, fellowships or graduate work.

The college is located on historic Mare Island on the San Francisco Bay, one hour by car and 40 minutes by ferry from San Francisco.

The 44-acre campus, shaded by eucalyptus trees and surrounded by San Pablo Bay, is a rare and tranquil site for this growing academic center.

The Touro University California College of Pharmacy supports 10 pharmacy residencies and one fellowship situated at various major health care institutions in the Bay Area and in San Diego.  All of our residency and fellowship programs aim to train and prepare future pharmacist practitioners to be leaders in their field of interest.

Dr. Laura Baumgartner, Residency Program Director

Ms. Christina Monasterio, Program Coordinator     


  PRACTICE SITE EMPHASIS Application deadline
Download PDF Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, Santa Clara, CA
Pharmacy Practice December 30, 2016 
Download PDF LifeLong Clinics, East Bay Region - Northern California Primary Care & Psychiatry Tracks
January 8, 2017 
Download PDF Golden Gate Community Pharmacy, Marin County - Northern California
Community Pharmacy Practice January 9, 2017  
Download PDF OLE Health, Napa - Northern California
Ambulatory Care
January 8, 2017 
Download PDF Washington Hospital Healthcare System, Fremont, California
Pharmacy Practice
January 6, 2017 
Download PDF Highland General Hospital, Oakland, California
Pharmacy Practice
January 9, 2017 
 Download PDF NorthBay HealthCare, Fairfield and Vacaville, California
Pharmacy Practice
January 6, 2017 
 Download PDF Sutter Health, East Bay Region - Northern California
Pharmacy Practice
 
Download PDF Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Centers, San Diego, California Ambulatory Care (PGY2) January 6, 2017 
Download PDF Sharp HealthCare, San Diego, California Continuum of Care (PGY2)
January 8, 2017 
Download PDF Touro University California College of Pharmacy, Vallejo, California
Pharmacy Education Administration Fellowship
May 6, 2017 

 

In addition to strengthening their clinical skills, applicants selected for these programs will have ample opportunities to further develop their professional, teaching, research and project management skills.  Residents and fellows will be trained to be effective preceptors through constant direct interaction with pharmacy students in the classroom and practice setting.  Formal training in research design and statistics is provided.

For all of our residency programs, participation in the Research Seminar is required.  This Seminar guides residents through the foundational principles of research, helps them develop and conduct a strong research project and prepares them to deliver the findings at the Western States Conference in May as well as submit a manuscript for publication.

For our residency programs based in Northern California, a teaching certificate is required.  Components of the teaching certificate include but are not limited to didactic and experiential teaching to our pharmacy students, participation in clinical case discussions and authoring exam questions. The residents will develop a teaching philosophy throughout the year.

2014 Touro University California Resident

2017-18 RESIDENTS AND FELLOWS

  • JOYCE HO

    • PharmD, Touro University California
    • PGY-1 Lifelong Clinic - Primary Care
  • ANDREW RAY

    • PharmD,Touro University California
    • PGY-1 - Lifelong Clinic - Psych
  • DISNAY CASTREJON

    • PharmD,University of Pacific
    • PGY-1 - OLE Health, Napa, - Northern California
  • TERRY PANG

    • PharmD,Touro University California
    • PGY-1 Alameda County Medical Center
  • GINA COPAK

    • PharmD,University of Pacific
    • PGY-1 - NorthBay Health Care
  • VIVIAN LI

    • PharmD,Touro University California
    • PGY-1 - Sutter Health, East Bay Region
  • KATHERINE TRAN

    • PharmD,University of San Francisco
    • PGY-1 - Washington Hospital Healthcare
  • CINDY HSIEH

    • PharmD,University of Pacific
    • PGY-1 - Washington Hospital Healthcare
  • MARK MENDIOLA

    • PharmD,Midwestern University College of Pharmacy - Glendale
    • PGY-1 - Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
  • SALMA BAHADARAKHANN

    • PharmD,Touro University California
    • PGY-1 - Sharp Medical Center
  • ALFRED YEUNG

    • PharmD,University of Buffalo

    • PGY-2 - Sharp Medical Center - Ambulatory Care

 2014 Touro University California Resident


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Non-Discrimination Policy

Touro University California does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including pregnancy or childbirth), gender identity or expression, marital status, disability, medical condition, genetic information, age, sexual orientation, ethnicity, veteran status, or any other status characteristic protected by applicable laws in employment, or in admission, treatment or access to educational programs or activities.

To the extent provided by law, the university will reasonably accommodate qualified individuals with disabilities which meet the legal standards for documentation, whenever the individual is otherwise qualified to safely perform all essential functions of the position and meet the academic program technical standards.

This notice is given pursuant to the requirements of Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Age Discrimination Act of 1975, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Clery Act of 1998.  For further information on notice of non-discrimination, visit http://wdcrobcolp01.ed.gov/CFAPPS/OCR/contactus.cfm for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 1-800-421-3481.

The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies.  Please note that contact information listed here is for discrimination inquiries only.  Please contact the Office of Admissions for admissions related inquiries.

Kathy Lowe
Director of Human Resources and Title IX Coordinator
Touro University California
1310 Club Drive
Vallejo, CA 94592
(707) 638-5806

Dr. Lisa Waits
Dean of Student Affairs
Touro University California
1310 Club Drive
Vallejo, CA 94592
(707) 638-5226

Dr. James Binkerd
Associate Dean of Student Affairs
Touro University California
1310 Club Drive
Vallejo, CA 94592
(707) 638-5883




FELLOWS (2016-2017)
Touro University California College of Pharmacy

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