Dr. Lisa Pagnucco joined the UNE College of Pharmacy as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice after many years of providing direct patient care. She has many areas of professional interest, all of which support her commitment as a patient advocate. Some of these include medication safety, reconciliation and adherence, health literacy, interprofessional education, and effective communication with patients and other health care providers. She will be precepting an ambulatory clinic practice site in the Portland area.
Dr. Pagnucco graduated from Ferris State University with her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy with highest distinction. She then completed her post BS, Doctor of Pharmacy at the University of Cincinnati. She worked as a Senior Poison Information Provider at the Poison Control Center during her PharmD program. She completed her Pharmacy Practice Residency at the Mayo Medical Center in Rochester, Minnesota.
After her residency, Dr. Pagnucco chose to practice primarily in the not-for-profit community hospital setting, providing clinical services to patients of all ages, in both acute and ambulatory care. She also has pharmacy management experience, having been the Director/Manager of Pharmacy at two community hospitals. She developed, staffed and managed the first ambulatory anticoagulation clinic in Helena, Montana.
University of Cincinnati
Bachelor of Science
Ferris State University
Board Certifications and Licenses
Pharmacist: Michigan (1994) active
Pharmacist: Montana (2007 - 2013) inactive
Pharmacist: Alaska (1997-2002) inactive
Pharmacist: Maine (2011) active
Board Certification Ambulatory Care Pharmacy (2011)
Immunization Learning Certification
U of Montana, Skaggs School of Pharmacy (2008)
Anticoagulation Therapy Management
University of Southern Indiana (2008)
Pharmacy Based Immunization Delivery
American Pharmaceutical Association (2000)
Mayo Medical Center (1996-97)
Medication Safety and Quality
Transitions of Care