Charlotte Farris

Charlotte Farris

Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice

Texas A&M Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy
2401 South 31st Street, MEC 3rd floor - Rm 303G
Temple, Texas   76508

Phone: 254.724.4028
Fax: 254.724.1731
farris@pharmacy.tamhsc.edu

Education and Training

Scott & White Memorial Hospital, Temple, Texas
Hospital Pharmacy Practice Residency, 2010

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy, Austin, Texas
PharmD, 2009

Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas
Bachelor of Science in Biology, 2004

Specialty Training/Board Certification

Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist, 2012

Teaching Interests


  • Internal Medicine
  • Cardiology
  • Infectious Disease
  • Preceptor Development
  • Leadership Development

Research Interests

  • Competency based education
  • Self-directed learning
  • Quality improvement in the hospital setting
  • Optimizing delivery of pharmaceutical care
  • Authentic assessment strategies

Selected Publications

  • Mogaka B, Clary D, Hong C, Farris C, Perez, S. Medication reconciliation in the emergency department performed by pharmacists. Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings. 2018 Sept 24; 31(4):436-4.38.
  • Farris C, Bowman J, Demps E, Koo C, Boyle P. A case study in a pharmacy therapeutics course. In L. Santos Green, J.R. Banas, & R. Perkins (Eds.), The flipped college classroom: Conceptualized and re-conceptualized. New York: Springer.
  • Koo C, Demps E, Farris C*, Bowman J, Panahi L, Boyle P. Impact of flipped classroom design on student performance and perceptions in a pharmacotherapy course. Am J Pharm Educ. 2016 Mar 25; 80(2):33.
  • Koo CL, Demps EL, Bowman JD, Farris CA, Panahi L, Boyle P. Implementing and assessing a blended learning model in an integrated pharmacotherapeutic course [abstract]. In: Proceedings of Annual Meeting for Association of American Colleges of Pharmacy; 2013 July; Chicago, IL.
  • Oyetayo OO, Farris CA, Wahawisan J. Proton pump inhibitors and the prevention of recurrent GI bleed in patients treated with clopidogrel. Clinical Medicine Insights: Therapeutics. 4, 9-17.