Dr. Robin Parker attended the University of Mississippi where she studied pre-pharmacy and she received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy in 2013. Since graduation, Dr. Parker has completed a community pharmacy residency and ambulatory care pharmacy residency through Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy and holds board certification as a geriatric pharmacist (BCGP). Since joining the College in 2015, she has practiced at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in a transitions of care clinical trial aimed at reducing polypharmacy in the elderly population and is currently establishing an ambulatory care service aimed to serve the underserved populations of Nashville. She is currently an Assistant Professor in the College of Pharmacy, the faculty advisor to the Student National Pharmaceutical Association and the coordinator for the Teaching and Learning Certificate program offered to pharmacy residents in the middle Tennessee area. Dr. Parker serves as a reviewer for several journals focused on teaching and learning, geriatric pharmacotherapy, and primary care and she is active within the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy and American College of Clinical Pharmacy. Her current research interests include teaching and learning, enhancing drug information and literature evaluation skills, mentorship, student confidence, and imposter syndrome.
BSPS (University of Mississippi)
PharmD (University of Mississippi)