Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Practice
Pharm.D. (Pharmacy), University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD
Dr. Hope Campbell joined the Belmont faculty in August 2010. She completed her undergraduate training at the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica where she majored in Chemistry and minored in Biochemistry and Zoology. In 1993 she was awarded the Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Maryland, in Baltimore Maryland. She completed an ASHP accredited residency training in Pharmaceutical Care at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. For the next 17 years Dr Campbell remained at Vanderbilt serving as a Clinical Research Pharmacist. She served as the coordinator of the Investigational Drug Service, clinical pharmacist for the Infectious Disease-HIV service and administrator for pharmacy continuing education. As an Adjunct Professor of the University of Tennessee she served a preceptor for University of Tennessee School of Pharmacy, third and fourth year students. In addition she served as preceptor for residents in the Pharmacy Practice Residency program at Vanderbilt.
Dr Campbell’s practice focus is Internal Medicine, with an interest in HIV pharmacotherapy.
As Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Dr. Campbell teaches courses related to clinical science and practice, such as Pathophysiology and Therapeutics and Critical Care. Dr. Campbell is currently working to establish an Internal Medicine practice site at Metro General Hospital, where she will be rounding with the Internal Medicine service. Her practice site will serve as an Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience site for student pharmacists in their fourth year of the pharmacy curriculum.