Director, Skills Education and Clinical Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Practice
Office: Academic B, Room G26
- Women's health
- Pharmacy policy
- Pharmacy education/healthcare simulation
Doctor of Pharmacy, State University of New York at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Sarah Lynch is originally from Horseheads, NY, and joins Binghamton University as a clinical assistant professor of pharmacy practice. She graduated with her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and completed a community pharmacy residency with Albertsons Companies and Midwestern University in Naperville, Illinois.
In addition to her role as Director of Skills Education, Lynch practices at Wegmans Pharmacy in Johnson City, NY where she participates in clinical services such as immunizations, medication therapy management, employee wellness services, and community education. She has a strong interest in public policy that will elevate the role of the community pharmacist in New York State in areas such as contraceptive prescribing and provision of CLIA-waived laboratory tests.
Lynch is active in several pharmacy organizations. She has served as a New York State delegate for the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) and is a reviewer for several APhA educational programs. She is a co-advisor of the Binghamton University SOPPS student chapter of APhA. She is currently serving as Public Policy Liaison for the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) Women's Health Policy and Research Network.
Lynch S, Tussey J. “Means to the End: Methods of Increasing Contraceptive Access Across the Country.” ACCP Women’s Health Practice and Research Network. Volume 5 Issue 1.