Current Residents

Jonathan JT Brewster

Jonathan Brewster

Towncrest Pharmacy, Iowa City

Jonathan “JT” Brewster, PharmD, is originally from Kingsport, Tennessee. He completed his Doctor of Pharmacy Degree at East Tennessee State University Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy in Johnson City, Tennessee. JT was drawn to the community residency program at the University of Iowa due to its extensive history and impressive practice sites. JT’s background in both state and national level associations led to his desire to find a highly progressive and clinical pharmacy, such as those at the University of Iowa. Towncrest Pharmacy is a natural fit as a frontrunner in new and innovative pharmacy practice. JT is very excited to work on enhancing services and gaining insight into pharmacy management at Towncrest over the next year. His professional goals include independent ownership.

Kole Gallick

Kole Gallick

Osterhaus Pharmacy, Maquoketa

Kole Gallick, PharmD, is originally from Marseilles, Illinois. He completed his Doctor of Pharmacy degree at Drake University in Des Moines, IA. Kole pursued a PGY-1 Community-based Residency with the University of Iowa due to the opportunity to continue advancing direct patient care and clinical services. He is looking forward to learning how to implement and evaluate new patient care services into a community pharmacy. His professional interests include transition of care, test to treat, and service development. Kole enjoys running, hiking, and reading in his free time. Kole is eager to continue growing as a pharmacist and expanding his network alongside nationally recognized pharmacy leaders at Osterhaus Pharmacy.

Emma Piehl

Emma Piehl

MercyOne Pharmacy, Dubuque

Emma Piehl, PharmD, is originally from Cedar Falls, Iowa, and received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy in Iowa City, Iowa. Emma chose to pursue a PGY1 community-based residency with the University of Iowa because of their passion for advancing the pharmacy profession. She is eager to work at the pharmacies associated with MercyOne and gain valuable experience along the way with the community pharmacy, hospital pharmacy, and family medicine staff. Emma’s professional interests are chronic disease state management, ambulatory care, and transitions of care. She is looking forward to growing personally and professionally during this experience. Her professional goals include a PGY2 in ambulatory care, obtaining BCACP and BCPS certifications, and becoming adjunct faculty at a college of pharmacy.

Shelby Reid

Shelby Reid

Greenwood Pharmacy, Waterloo

Shelby Reid, PharmD, is originally from Aledo, Illinois. She completed her Doctor of Pharmacy Degree at the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy in Iowa City, Iowa. Shelby pursued a PGY1 Community-based Residency program through the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy, specifically Greenwood Pharmacy, because of her love for serving the community and the never-ending advancement of the pharmacy profession.  Shelby’s professional interests include chronic disease state management, behavioral health, and ambulatory care pharmacy. She is excited to serve the Waterloo community with Greenwood Pharmacy’s innovative clinic services.  Shelby enjoys going on walks with her dog, Potter, reading, and spending time with her family. She is looking forward to growing personally and professionally during her residency.