Marianne McCollum, PhD, RPh, BCPS
Assistant Professor - School of Pharmacy
University of Colorado Denver
Marianne McCollum, PhD, RPh, BCPS, is an Assistant Professor in the School of Pharmacy, University of Colorado Denver.
Dr. McCollum received her BS Pharm in 1989 from the University of Colorado, and her PhD in Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research with emphasis in Pharmacoeconomics in 1999, also from the University of Colorado.
received a Pre-Doctoral Fellowship in 1998 from the American Foundation
for Pharmaceutical Education in support of her
Prior to her graduate work, Dr. McCollum practiced pharmacy for 10 years at the Denver VA Medical Center, serving as manager of the inpatient pharmacy for five years.
In 2000, Dr. McCollum joined the faculty of the University of Colorado School of Pharmacy, where she teaches health economics in the Doctor of Pharmacy program and Director of Graduate Studies in Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research.
Dr. McCollum is a member of Phi Lambda Sigma and the Rho Chi Society; she became a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist in 1995, and was re-certified in 2002.
current research focuses on clinical, economic, and humanistic outcomes for patients with diabetes.
received the ACCP Health Outcomes Investigator Development Research Award in 2004, and the ACCP Career Development Research Award in 2005 in support of her
research investigating associations between diabetes and comorbid depression.