The following four faculty and clinicians serve as the primary preceptors of the residency and are responsible for its direction. They are supported by the many other clinical pharmacists and faculty in the health system.
Jason C. Gallagher, Pharm.D., FCCP, BCPS is the director of the program. He completed residencies in Pharmacy Practice at the Medical College of Virginia Hospitals and Infectious Diseases of the Immunocompromised Host at Duke University Medical Center. He is a Clinical Professor at the Temple University School of Pharmacy and a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Infectious Diseases at Temple University Hospital. He offers rotations with the Infectious Diseases Consult Service, Transplant Infectious Diseases Service, and precepts the teaching rotation as well. Dr. Gallagher has research interests in antimicrobial clinical pharmacodynamics, the pharmacotherapy of resistant infections, and mycoses and has published or presented over 100 articles, book chapters, and abstracts. He is a past-Chair of the Infectious Diseases Practice and Research Network of ACCP and past-President of the Mid-Atlantic College of Clinical Pharmacy.
Kazuma Morita, Pharm.D., BCPS completed her Pharmacy Practice and Infectious Diseases residencies at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. She is a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Infectious Diseases at Temple University Hospital and directs the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program there. Her rotation is in Antimicrobial Stewardship and she helps precept projects in this area as well.
Carol Holtzman, Pharm.D., MSc. is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the School of Pharmacy. She completed her Pharmacy Practice Residency at Christiana Care Health Services in Delaware, then earned a Master of Science degree in the Control of Infectious Diseases at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. After she returned stateside, Dr. Holtzman completed her Infectious Diseases Residency at Boston Medical Center. Carol directs a pharmacist-run HIV clinic at Temple University Hospital and precepts the longitudinal rotation in HIV outpatient management.
Christina Rose, Pharm.D., BCPS is a Clinical Associate Professor at the School of Pharmacy, and a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Critical Care at Temple University Hospital. She completed residencies in Pharmacy Practice at the Medical College of Virginia Hospitals and Critical Care at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. Dr. Rose precepts residents in the medical-respiratory intensive care unit.