Kelly Wright

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Kelly Wright, Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice


Dr. Wright’s experience in pediatric care has led to lectures at several universities, and research posters and presentations at conferences for several pharmacy-related associations. She has traveled to Uganda, Kenya, Honduras, and Swaziland on short-term medical mission trips. Dr. Wright provides clinical services for the Columbus Neighborhood Health Center in Columbus, Ohio, reflecting her passion for and expertise in working with underserved and culturally diverse patients. She supports the primary care providers by meeting regularly with patients for smoking cessation counseling, diabetes management, and medication therapy management. She also volunteers regularly at a free clinic in urban Columbus.

Education and Credentials

  • Pharm.D, Ohio Northern University
  • Community Care Residency, Nationwide Children’s Hospital
  • Teaching Certificate, The Ohio State University
  • Certificates in APhA Immunization and Medication Therapy Management
  • BLS certified


  • Playing soccer with my church team
  • Music
  • Travel

Contact Information

Expert Topics

  • Diabetes Management
  • Free Clinics
  • Integrating Special Populations in Pharmacy Curriculum
  • Medical Mission Trips (specifically to Africa)
  • Medically Underserved Populations
  • Pediatric Ambulatory Care (specifically asthma)
  • Smoking Cessation Counseling