Dr. Campbell is a Research Associate at the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, and recently served as the Acting Special Assistant for the Chief Data Officer of the NC Department of Health and Human Services. She provides guidance on a wide variety of clinical, legal, regulatory, policy, and technology issues, with a recent focus on the opioid epidemic. She also manages projects, drafts grant applications and publication manuscripts, advises health data analysts, and assists faculty with course design and implementation. Before coming to Duke-Margolis, Dr. Campbell was the 2015-2016 Health Law Fellow at the Duke University Office of Counsel, where she worked on legal issues related to health care, graduate medical education, and biomedical research. She has developed curriculum and administered courses for UCSF and Duke TIP, and has also worked on digital health tool development, complex care initiatives, and health information technology policy.
Legal research, analysis, and writing; pharmacy practice issues and policy; curriculum and syllabus development; health information technology (HIT) policy; advanced Qualtrics programming and survey design; Medicaid opioid claims analysis.
PharmD, University of California at San Francisco
JD, Duke University School of Law