Laura E. Hall received her BS in Pharmacy and Doctor of Pharmacy degrees from The Ohio State University. She practiced in hospital pharmacy where she was given opportunity to further develop pharmacy services in the Medical Intensive Care Unit, pharmacokinetics and renal dosing, and with infectious disease and family medicine physicians and medical residents. She later joined the Ohio State College of Pharmacy (OSUCOP) and provided pharmacy services in a group of Federally Qualified Health Centers, including medication and disease based patient appointments, helping expand and improve medication access programs and was responsible for clinical reporting to their Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. During her time at OSU, she became a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist in 2001, and was primary preceptor for ten PGY-1 residents before becoming the OSUCOP PGY1 Residency Program Director in 2014 for those practicing in Ambulatory Care sites. Her areas of interest include diabetes management, indigent care, patient education, and medication therapy management. She enjoys helping students learn how to apply their classroom knowledge to actual patient cases. She now practices at CarePoint East General Internal Medicine in their Patient Centered Medical Home with medical residents and providers.