Meet Our Residents
Samiha Badwan, PharmD
Samiha received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2018 from St. Louis College of Pharmacy. In 2017 she relocated from St. Louis, Missouri to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she now resides with her husband. She has worked several years in the retail sector for a national chain and is currently a PGY-1 resident at Ascension All Saints Hospital. Her current pharmacy interests include internal medicine and ambulatory care. The elective rotations she opted for are academia, infectious diseases II, and a longitudinal ambulatory care rotation. For her year-long project, Samiha is helping to develop and implement new order sets for treatment of community-acquired pneumonia in an effort to reduce the use of broad-spectrum antibiotics. Outside of pharmacy, Samiha enjoys traveling with her husband and spending time with her family.
Jacob Felckowski, PharmD
Jacob is from Roscoe, IL and attended the University of Iowa College of Pharmacy to complete his Doctor of Pharmacy degree. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from Northern Illinois University. His areas of interests include emergency medicine, critical care, and infectious disease. He selected trauma, infectious disease II, and medication safety for his elective rotations. During his PGY-1 residency year, Jake is investigating the utility of a pharmacist-led discharge medication review process for his longitudinal project. Jake is eager for the wide variety of experiences and opportunities during his PGY-1 residency year.
Time outside of residency is spent with friends and family. He enjoys being outside, walking his dogs, and home brewing.
Steven Obenberger, PharmD
Steven is from Slinger, WI and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Wisconsin Lutheran College. Steven then completed his Doctor of Pharmacy degree at Concordia University Wisconsin School of Pharmacy. His areas of interest include emergency medicine, critical care, acute care/medicine and medication safety. For electives Steven selected trauma and infectious disease 2. Steven’s yearlong project is assessing the appropriateness of urinalysis orders in the emergency department related to 2019 asymptomatic bacteriuria guidelines. Outside of pharmacy Steve enjoys being outdoors, working on cars and spending time his wife and 3 dogs.