Dr. Charrell S. Porter Named Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy at USciences

Written by Jenna Pizzi
Published on November 2, 2016

Charrell S. Porter, PharmD, has been named assistant professor of clinical pharmacy at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. She comes to USciences with experience working on chronic disease state management in underserved populations.
 Charrell Porter
Dr. Porter’s practice interests include medication management of chronic diseases, transitions of care, and barriers to medication adherence. Her research interests include interprofessional education and the impact of pharmacist-provided medication and therapy management on clinical outcomes. 
 
At USciences, Dr. Porter will teach in a variety of course topics including those related to diabetes, community practice, clinical skills, and physical assessments.  She will assist physicians and nurses at the West Philadelphia Federally Qualified Health Center to create a patient-centered medical home model. She will also serve as a preceptor to pharmacy students on rotations. 
 
Dr. Porter earned her doctor of pharmacy degree at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Va., prior to completing a pharmacy practice residency at Sibley Memorial Hospital- Johns Hopkins Medicine in Washington, DC. A native of northern Virginia, she currently resides in Philadelphia.


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