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Current Residents

Jonathan Grant, Pharm.D.


Dr. Jonathan Grant is a native of Cleveland, Ohio. He earned his Doctor of Pharmacy degree at his “Home by the Sea”, Hampton University in Hampton, Virginia in May 2013. As a student pharmacist, Dr. Grant played an active role in various professional organizations. Dr. Grant’s professional interests include transitions of care, pharmacy leadership, compounding, teaching, medication therapy management, and pediatrics. In his spare time, Dr. Grant enjoys spending time with friends and family, lifting weights, playing basketball, watching sports, and growing in his Christian faith. Dr. Grant would like to extend his sincerest appreciation to God, his family, friends, mentors, and colleagues for their continued support and constant inspiration.


Lauren Lakdawala, Pharm.D.


Dr. Lakdawala is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 2004, she graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and minors in Sociology, Business Leadership, and American Studies. After enjoying a career as an Event Planner in the Pittsburgh area, she then transitioned to a career in pharmacy. Lauren earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Virginia Commonwealth University School of Pharmacy in 2013. Dr. Lakdawala's professional interests include ambulatory care, expanding the role of community pharmacy patient care services, teaching, and remaining active in state and national pharmacy organizations. In her spare time, Lauren enjoys traveling, skiing, event planning, and cheering on the Hokies and Pittsburgh sports teams. Dr. Lakdawala is grateful for the support of her parents and sister, who share careers in the health care field; along with her family, friends, and mentors who continue to encourage her success.


Past Residents

Class of 2013

  • Lubna Kousa, Pharm.D.
  • Ashley Pham, Pharm.D.

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