Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Purdue University
Investigator, Center for Aging Research, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.
Scientist, IU Center for Health Innovation and Implementation Science
Faculty Associate, Purdue University Center for Aging and the Life Course
Dr. Noll Campbell’s research is focused on the measurement and management of adverse cognitive effects of medications in older adults with acute and chronic cognitive impairment. This work includes the use of behavioral economic principals to evaluate the impact of deprescribing interventions on clinical and operational outcomes in various care environments.
Dr. Campbell maintains a clinical practice as a geriatric pharmacotherapy expert within Eskenazi Health in Indianapolis, supporting the translation and implementation of his research into clinical care. He was awarded a New Investigator Award from the American Geriatrics Society in 2012, a Hulman Award for Achievement in Geriatrics from the Indiana Public Health Association in 2014, a Departmental Best Paper Award in 2019, and the Chaney Family Early Scholar Award from the Purdue University College of Pharmacy in 2021. His research has received funding through a five-year K23 career development award from the National Institute on Aging in 2014 and a 5-year R01 from the National Institute on Aging in 2019.
More Individualized Care: Assessment and Recovery through Engagement (MI-CARE)
Role: Site Co-investigator
To evaluate the impact of a collaborative care program on persistence with OUD treatment programs in adults with OUD and depression.
Delivery of Objective Sleep Evidence (DOSE) Study
To develop and validate a passive digital marker for insomnia using electronic medical record data.
OTC Senior Station: A consumer facing technology to improve medication safety in older adults
To engage in a participatory co-design process to develop a patient-directed tool supporting safe medication purchasing practices in older adults seeking OTC medications.