Ascension All Saints Hospital - PGY1
Pharmacy Residency Program

Meet Our Residents

Jasmine Berman, PharmD

Resident
Jasmine is from Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota and received her undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse. She obtained her Pharmacy Doctorate from Concordia University Wisconsin and her clinical interests are Emergency Medicine and Critical Care. She has chosen Emergency Medicine 2 and Academia as her block electives. For her long-term project, Jasmine will formalize a process for the use of push-dose vasopressors. Outside of pharmacy, Jasmine enjoys traveling, trying new cuisines, and watching kdramas.

Maha Hassan, PharmD, BCPS

Resident
Maha (Maha Abdul-Latif) was born in Michigan but has spent much of her life in Egypt.  She earned her PharmD from the Appalachian College of Pharmacy, VA, class of 2021 and received her Bachelor’s degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the Faculty of Pharmacy, Alexandria University, Egypt.  Additionally, she has been a board-certified pharmacotherapy Specialist (BCPS) since 2013.  Prior to her residency, Maha has worked as a clinical pharmacist at Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center in Houston.  Her primary practice interest is Cardiology- critical care specialty and is planning to apply for a PGY2 in Cardiology.  Accordingly, her PGY1 project will focus on the impact of a guideline-directed medication therapy for heart failure patients on hospitalization rates.  Other practice interests are Oncology and Infectious Disease. Maha loves nature; in her free-time, she likes to walk outside and listen to music.  Her hobbies are traveling, reading novels, and hiking.

Monica Cruz, PharmD

Resident
Monica Cruz was born and raised in Peru, South America and moved to the US about ten years ago. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Pharmacy and Biochemistry in Peru and received her PharmD from the University of Chicago in Illinois. Monica’s clinical interests include oncology, infectious disease and internal medicine. Accordingly, she has chosen oncology and infectious disease II as elective rotations for her PGY1 pharmacy residency program. The longitudinal project that Monica will be working on is the new vancomycin dosing algorithm that will be implemented in Ascension Wisconsin. In her free time, Monica loves going to the cinema, listening to music and traveling every time she has an opportunity.