Harrison School of Pharmacy
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Associate Clinical Professor
Director of Strategic Operations
Department: Pharmacy Practice
University Medical Center
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487
- Pharm.D. - Rutgers, 2007
Marilyn Novell Bulloch, Pharm.D. BCPS, is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Pharmacy Practice with Auburn University School of Pharmacy and an Adjunct Assistant Professor with the University of Alabama School of Medicine College of Community Health Sciences Department of Internal Medicine.
Additionally, Dr. Bulloch serves as the Director of Strategic Operations under the Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs and Strategic Initiatives. As part of this position, she provides leadership, support, and direction in the areas of accreditation - including the ACPE self-study and site visit, strategic planning, and continuous quality improvement.
Dr. Bulloch grew up in Collinsville, Virginia and received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey in 2007. She completed a post-graduate pharmacy practice residency at the University of Alabama-Birmingham Hospital in 2008.
In 2009, Dr. Bulloch completed post-graduate specialty residency in critical care pharmacy at Charleston Area Medical Center in Charleston, West Virginia. Additionally, Dr. Bulloch completed a Faculty Scholars Program in geriatrics through the University of Alabama-Birmingham Geriatric Education Center in 2011.
Dr. Bulloch began in her role as faculty in August 2009 and her current practice site is at DCH Regional Medical Center in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Her practice includes adult acute care patients, but primarily consists of geriatric patients. Dr. Bulloch serves on multiple committees and in leadership positions for many local, state, and national pharmacy and interdisciplinary medical organizations. Her research interests include geriatric pharmacotherapy, interdisciplinary education, alternative professional education instructional methods, infectious disease, care transitions, and acute care pharmacotherapy.
Last Updated: January 9, 2019