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The investigator team includes faculty and staff from St. Louis College of Pharmacy who bring diverse and extensive experience to the project. Their combined experience and expertise provides a unique lens through which they can view the data collected and draw insights into the challenges faced by both patients and pharmacists.
Meet the Team
Suzanne G. Bollmeier, Pharm.D., BCPS, AE-C, Principal Investigator
Bollmeier is professor of pharmacy practice and has extensive clinical practice experience. She has expertise in pulmonary medicine, ambulatory care, and pharmacotherapy. Bollmeier is a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist and a board-certified asthma educator. She is also a recent past member of the National Asthma Educator Certification Board and past national exam committee chair for that organization.
Theresa Prosser, Pharm.D., BCPS, FCCP, AE-C, Investigator
Prosser is professor of pharmacy practice and has extensive clinical practice and research experience. She has expertise in pulmonary medicine, ambulatory care, and health literacy. Prosser has been a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist since its inception in 1991, is a board-certified asthma educator, as well as a founding member of the Board of Asthma Educators.
Terry Seaton, Pharm.D., BCPS, FCCP, Investigator
Seaton serves as professor of pharmacy practice at the College and has more 25 years of clinical practice and research experience. He has expertise in family medicine/primary care, informatics, managed care, and implementation science. Seaton has been a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist since its inception in 1991 and provides clinical pharmacy services to Medicare beneficiaries attributed to the BJC ACO.
Cheryl Hoffer, BS, Project Manager
Hoffer serves vice president of pharmacy program initiatives for the Missouri Pharmacy Association and director of pharmacy program support at St. Louis College of Pharmacy. She has a long history of closely working with community pharmacists in a variety of capacities. She is jointly employed by the College and state association. She has a rich background and experience in electronic platforms for medication therapy management, contracting, and business relationships with independent and chain pharmacies.
Kristine Reckenberg, Student Research Assistant
Reckenberg is P3 student at STLCOP. She has previously participated in research projects through the College’s Office of Research on Aging. After graduation, she hopes to secure a pharmacy residency and pursue a career with a focus on geriatrics.