Current Pharmacy Residents

Asia Body, PharmD


Asia Body is from Sterling Heights, Michigan. She received her Bachelor's in Science from the University of Michigan. Afterwards she attended Ferris State University College of Pharmacy to complete her Doctorate of Pharmacy degree.She has specific practice interests in infectious disease and cardiology. In her free time, Asia enjoys spending time with her family and friends.  Her favorite thing to do in her spare time is to bake and play video games.

Why Ascension Genesys Hospital?  

I had the pleasure of completing two rotations at Ascension Genesys Hospital as a pharmacy student, including an introductory pharmacy practice experience (IPPE) in hospital pharmacy practice and a cardiology advanced pharmacy practice experience (APPE). During my time as a student, I enjoyed the genuine interest that the pharmacy team showed in their students' advancement and the pharmacists' mastery of their practice. The PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency Program at Ascension Genesys Hospital offered opportunities to focus on my two main practice area interests, infectious disease and cardiology, and other rotations which will allow me to broaden my professional experience and practice expertise. 


Andrew Jennings, PharmD


Andrew Jennings was born and raised in East Lansing, MI and graduated from Ferris State University’s College of Pharmacy. During pharmacy school, he was active in Ferris’ local chapter of Kappa Psi and currently continues to maintain involvement as a graduate member at the national level.  Professionally, Andrew has interest in the medical affairs sector of the pharmaceutical industry but also desires to explore other areas of institutional pharmacy such as critical care.  In his free time, Andrew tries to stay involved in a myriad of sports leagues including soccer, softball, and broomball.

Why Ascension Genesys Hospital?

The PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency Program at Ascension Genesys Hospital has a unique variety of rotations in addition to more traditional institutional learning experiences, some of which that can be developed into additional advanced rotations.  This grants Genesys’ pharmacy residents the ability to design a one-of-a-kind PGY1 tailored to his/her professional goals.  Andrew was particularly drawn to available opportunities for exposure to drug information, hospital pharmacy administration, drug safety, multiple intensive care units, and a teaching program in partnership with Ferris State University’s College of Pharmacy.  With the knowledge gained during his time at Ascension Genesys, Andrew is confident he will further develop clinical and professional skills that will ensure his success in whatever area of pharmacy he chooses to pursue.