Dr. Noll Campbell’s research is focused on the measurement and management of adverse cognitive effects of medications in older adults with acute and chronic cognitive impairment. This work includes the use of behavioral economic principals to evaluate the impact of deprescribing interventions on clinical and operational outcomes in various care environments.

Research Interests: adverse cognitive effects of medications in older adults, geriatric pharmacotherapy

Teaching Interests: geriatric pharmacotherapy, dementia


Research Scientist, Center for Aging Research, Regenstrief Institute, Centers and Institutes, Indiana University School of Medicine

Assistant Professor, College of Pharmacy, Purdue University

Center on Aging and the Life Course, Office of Research, Purdue University

MS, Indiana University, Clinical Research, 2016
PharmD, Butler University, Pharmacy, 2002
older people cognitive development or processes pharmacy & pharmacology