His research interests focus on developing and studying new drugs that affects blood platelets and prevent cardiovascular disease.
He directed his own independent research program at the University of Kentucky and oversees Lipscomb research program in collaboration with Vanderbilt University.
B.A. - University of Tennessee
B.S. Pharmacy - Samford University
M.S. - Austin Peay state University
Dr. Breeden has clinical pharmacy experience in critical care, operating room, ambulatory care and long-term care settings.
Her most recent position was in Pharmacy Informatics in the health-system software development industry. She was responsible for the development of core application software in pharmacy, nursing, and CPOE. In this role, she served as a principal lead in understanding the industry, defining product strategy, managing the software development life cycle, and meeting the regulatory requirements for clinical products.
She is currently practicing in affiliation with a provider of Medication Therapy Management (MTM) services.
Director of the Master of Health Care Informatics
Chair of the ASHP Section Advisory Group on Pharmacy Informatics Education
Health Information Partnership for Tennessee Clinical Workgroup Associate
Pharm.D. – University of Tennessee