Paul S. Schulz, M.D.
Dr. Schulz received his Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering at University of Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1992 and his medical degree from the University of Louisville in 1999. He continued on with the University of Louisville School of Medicine to complete an internal medicine residency and infectious diseases fellowship in 2005. He remained on faculty until 2007 when he joined a private practice group. In 2010, Dr. Schulz joined Norton Healthcare and currently serves as the system epidemiologist participating in antimicrobial stewardship, infection prevention, and employee health. As part of the infectious diseases PGY2 program, he precepts the longitudinal ambulatory infectious diseases rotation and adult infectious diseases consult service. His current area of interest is HIV/hepatitis C co-infection.
Brian Bohn, Pharm.D.
Brian is the clinical pharmacy specialist in infectious diseases for Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital. Brian is originally from St. Louis, Missouri, and received his doctorate in pharmacy from St. Louis College of Pharmacy in 2017. He completed both his PGY1 Pharmacy Residency and PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Residency at Cleveland Clinic in Ohio. Areas of interest include antimicrobial stewardship in immunocompromised hosts, systems-based approaches to antimicrobial stewardship and antimicrobial resistance.
Alan Junkins, Ph.D.
Alan Junkins received his Bachelor of Science in microbiology at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, in 1984, and then went to the graduate school at University of Wisconsin-Madison. His area of research was on mechanisms of intestinal colonization by Escherichia coli O157:H7 and subsequently received his doctorate in 1991. Alan then spent 16 years teaching clinical microbiology to laboratory sciences students at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston and the University of Iowa in Iowa City. He then went on to complete a two-year fellowship in medical and public health microbiology at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. He has been chief of microbiology at Norton Healthcare since 2009. Alan precepts a clinical microbiology rotation for the infectious diseases PGY2 resident. His main interests are appropriate use of laboratory tests and optimizing reporting of bacterial identification and susceptibility results.
Sarah Moore, Pharm.D.
Sarah is the clinical pharmacy specialist in infectious diseases at Norton Audubon Hospital. She completed her doctorate in pharmacy at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana, and remained in Indianapolis for to complete both PGY1 and PGY2 at Franciscan Health Indianapolis. Her areas of passion within infectious diseases pharmacy include pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics, debating primary literature and clinical education.
Matthew Song, Pharm.D.
Matthew is originally from Huntsville, Alabama. He received his bachelor’s degree in biomedical sciences from Auburn University, Alabama, in 2011 and his Doctorate of Pharmacy from Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy in 2015. Following graduation he completed a PGY1 at Ascension Wheaton Franciscan – Saint Joseph Hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and a PGY2 in infectious diseases at Norton Healthcare. Matthew is currently a clinical pharmacy specialist in infectious diseases at Norton Hospital. His interests include innovative antimicrobial stewardship services, pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics and antimicrobial resistance. He precepts students and residents in infectious diseases, antimicrobial stewardship, HIV and hepatitis C.
James “Drew” Stahl, Pharm.D.
Drew is a clinical pharmacy specialist at Norton Children’s Hospital and is responsible for the pediatric antimicrobial stewardship program. Drew received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock with honors in research in 2015. His research involved various publications in the field of microbiology/virology. After pharmacy school, Drew pursued a fellowship in pediatric infectious disease and antimicrobial stewardship at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. His interests include pharmacoeconomics, microbiology methods, penicillin allergy stewardship and clinical research design.
Ashley Wilde, Pharm.D., BCPS-AQ ID
Ashley is the clinical pharmacy coordinator in infectious diseases based at Norton Brownsboro Hospital. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Purdue University, Fort Wayne, Indiana, and completed her infectious diseases residency training at Hartford Hospital in Connecticut.
She currently serves as the pharmacist leader of the Norton Healthcare Antimicrobial Stewardship Program and is the director for the PGY2 infectious diseases pharmacy residency program.
She was recognized with the Outstanding Clinical Practice in Infectious Diseases Pharmacotherapy Award from the Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists in 2018 due to her work in creating innovative and effective programs to support the optimal use anti-infectives. Her main areas of interest are systems-based practices and finding creative solutions for integrating technology into antimicrobial stewardship.