Dr. Carroll currently serves as the Community Practice Development Senior Program Manager within the Community Leadership and Innovation in Practice (CLIP) Center at the School of Pharmacy. She has expertise in project management, providing direct patient care, and practice-based research. Dr. Carroll’s research methods focus on using implementation science principles to build replicable, sustainable patient care practices for pharmacists. Her most recent projects have focused on stakeholder engagement, including finding ways to bring patients into the research process. She is currently the interim underserved care primary preceptor at the Birmingham Free Clinic for PittPharmacy’s PGY-1 Community Pharmacy Residency. Dr. Carroll also serves as a practice development consultant and clinician for the University of Pittsburgh Comprehensive Medication Management employee benefit program. Through the CLIP Center, Dr. Carroll provides project management and mentorship for a variety of faculty, student, and resident projects related to practice development and practice transformation.
Dr. Carroll is originally from Erie, Pennsylvania where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Mercyhurst University. She received her Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy in 2015 and went on to complete a PGY-1 pharmacy residency with an emphasis in ambulatory care at the Samuel S. Stratton Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Albany, New York. After her PGY-1 residency, Dr. Carroll then completed a Pharmacist Practice Development Fellowship at The University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy in partnership with Gatti Pharmacy. Her fellowship research focused on using community pharmacy patient care data to facilitate pharmacist-prescriber collaboration. Dr. Carroll is Board Certified as an Ambulatory Care Pharmacist (BCACP). Prior to becoming a pharmacist, Dr. Carroll was a professional dancer. She is an advocate for arts in education and is also a part-time teaching artist at Hill Dance Academy Theatre in Pittsburgh where she teaches dance to children aged 3-18.