Katura Bullock, PharmD, BCPS

Assistant Professor of Pharmacotherapy
UNT College of Pharmacy
Fort Worth, Texas

Dr. Bullock graduated from the Xavier University of Louisiana College of Pharmacy. Following pharmacy school, she completed residency training with Texas Tech University Health Science Center School of Pharmacy at the VA North Texas Health Care System, and finished a specialty residency in ambulatory care. She’s practiced in a variety of patient care settings including community, long-term care, hospital, and primary care pharmacy and joined the faculty of UNT System College of Pharmacy in 2012.

Her teaching interests include professional communication, public health, and therapeutics, and is a specialist in ambulatory care. Her research has focused on health literacy and health disparities, and has recently published an article investigating race as a factor for intensification of diabetes medications. She is currently participating in the Steps Toward Academic Research (STAR) Fellowship program designed for junior faculty and community leaders who are interested in health disparity research. As one of four fellows nationwide, she evaluates the impact of obesogenic factors in a community-dwelling population of African-American females.

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