Sarah Vincent

Sarah Vincent, B.S., PharmD, BCSCP

Assistant Clinical Professor


College of Pharmacy Building 218
Portland Campus
On campus

Dr. Sarah Vincent is the Pre-Pharmacy Faculty Mentor and Assistant Clinical Professor at the College of Pharmacy at UNE.  She enjoys spending her time in this role supporting and teaching Pre-Pharmacy and Pharmacy students through mentoring, co-curricular and curricular activities.  Dr. Vincent also teaches and practices pharmacy in an ambulatory primary care and integrative medicine clinic at St. Mary's Health System in Lewiston, Maine.  She is a current Fellow in the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine.  Originally from Pennsylvania, Dr. Vincent earned her Doctor of Pharmacy in 2011 from Creighton University through their web-based program and her B.S. in Biochemistry from the University of Maine in 2003.  Before joining UNE, Dr. Vincent was the Pharmacy Manager for a home infusion company in Maine.  While here, Dr. Vincent was tasked with opening, staffing, licensing, and achieving accreditation for the facility.  She also has experience as a community pharmacist.  Her personal interests include spending time with her 3 children, husband, and 2 golden doodles, playing tennis, and enjoying a good laugh with close friends.  




Creighton University
University of Maine, Orono

Clinical Affiliations

St. Mary's Integrative Medicine (Lewiston, Maine)

Board Certifications and Licenses

Licensed Pharmacist (ME)

Post-Doctoral Training

Fellowship, Fellowship in Integrative Medicine
Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine (Tucson, Arizona)


Research interests

Dr. Vincent's research interests include the study of interventions in pre-professional and professional programs of study which impacts markers of success.  Some examples of interventions studied include living learning communities and measures to reduce burnout.  Other research interests include creating a new model of pharmacy practice within an integrative medicine clinic utilizing medication therapy management with an emphasis of patient education in integrative approaches to care.

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