Her practice includes adult critically ill and acute care patients, with a large contingent of geriatric patients. Dr. Bulloch provides comprehensive pharmacotherapy management for the patients on the inpatient service, with specific focus on infectious disease and other acute and critical illness needs.

Her research interests include geriatric pharmacotherapy, interdisciplinary education, alternative professional education instructional methods, infectious disease, care transitions, and acute and critical care pharmacotherapy.

Specialty Area:

  • Acute Care/Geriatrics

Dr. Bulloch's research is focused on pharmacologic interventions in the inpatient setting and preventative strategies against deleterious risks associated with suboptimal prescribing in adult patients in the acute or long-term care setting. Her other areas of research interest include geriatric pharmacotherapy, infectious diseases, and education strategies in the adult student population.


Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Harrison College of Pharmacy, Auburn University

College of Community Health Sciences, University of Alabama

Past Affiliations
PharmD, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 2007