Glenda Carr PharmD
Title: PPRA Clinical Assistant Professor
Office: M 727
Telephone: (208) 373-1840

Dr. Carr joined the ISU College of Pharmacy faculty in the fall of 2002. She graduated from the University of Montana with a bachelor's degree in pharmacy in December 1999 and completed her Pharm.D. in May 2000. Throughout pharmacy school, she was active in the Academy of Students of Pharmacy on a local, regional and national level. She also held many positions on a local level for Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity. After graduation, she completed a general practice residency at the VA Connecticut Healthcare Systems. There, she gained experience in ambulatory care, internal medicine, cardiology, geriatrics, pharmacy administration and spent time at the Connecticut Poison Control Center. During her residency, she completed the Lipid Training Center for Health Care Professionals sponsored by the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy. She continued her post graduate training at the William S. Middleton Veteran's Memorial Hospital in Madison, Wis. As a primary care pharmacy resident. While there, she gained much experience in chronic disease state management, including hypertension, diabetes, anticoagulation therapy, hyperlipdemia, rheumatology and pain management. Her residency project was titled "NSAID induced GI ulcers: risk factors in a VA population." Carr is currently working at the Terry Reilly Health Services in Nampa, Idaho. There, she began a anticoagulation service and is working on collaborative practice agreements for hypertension, diabetes, hypothyroidism and hyperlipidemia. Carr is a member of ASHP and ACCP.