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Wallace received her Bachelor of Science degree from Middle Tennessee State University followed by her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy. She then went on to complete a PGY-1 pharmacy practice residency at VA Tennessee Valley Healthcare System in Nashville followed by a PGY-2 Internal Medicine specialty residency through the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy, practicing at Methodist University Hospital in Memphis, TN. During post-doctoral training, Wallace was appointed as a volunteer faculty for UT College of Pharmacy with involvement in both experiential and didactic teaching and completion of the UT College of Pharmacy Teaching and Learning Program. Upon completion of residency training, Wallace accepted a pharmacy practice faculty position at Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy. Currently, Wallace maintains her clinical practice site precepting students and residents on the Internal Medicine teaching service at the VA in Nashville, which is affiliated with Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Wallace’s primary area of interest is in pulmonary disease. She remains active in pharmacy practice research and has had multiple publications in peer-reviewed journals.