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Alyssa Wallace

Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD)
School of Pharmacy

Throughout her PharmD program, Alyssa Wallace, a native of Wheeling, WV, has participated in numerous health fairs in rural areas of Monongalia, Wetzel and Raleigh Counties, where she had the opportunity to do blood pressure and blood glucose screenings and educate community members on the importance of taking medications as prescribed.

Wallace has also held several leadership roles in her tenure in the PharmD program, including holding office as President of the National Community Pharmacists Association WVU Chapter and helping to lead the Script Your Future Campaign, a nationwide competition among different health sciences colleges and universities to educate others on medication adherence and promoting health. In addition, she has completed inpatient and outpatient family medicine rotations, where she worked with individuals concerning disease management.

From these experiences, she has developed a passion for working with individuals from rural and medically underserved communities. She particularly enjoys disease education for these populations and helping them manage their medications. Through her experiences, she has found that many individuals struggle to manage multiple conditions and often do not understand what all their medications are for. Accordingly, sharing her knowledge has been a rewarding way to help her community as they journey on their path to healthier lives.

After graduation, Wallace will begin her residency at Charleston Area Medical Center in Charleston, West Virginia.

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