Dr. Conchetta White Fulton is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Division of Clinical & Administrative Sciences and an Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacist at the Medical Center of Louisiana, New Orleans and is currently serving as Chair of the Division. Dr. Fulton also serves as a member of the faculty and Clinical Core Facilitator for the Tulane- Xavier National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health (TUXCOE), the first such center designated in the Southern United States.
Dr. Fulton earned both a Bachelor of Science degree in pharmacy and a post-baccalaureate Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Xavier University of Louisiana and completed a Pharmacy Practice residency at the University of Kentucky at St. Claire Medical Center, Morehead, KY.
Prior to joining the faculty at Xavier, Dr. Fulton was a practicing community pharmacist in both the independent and chain pharmacy settings for 13 years, during which time she served as adjunct faculty in the Xavier College of Pharmacy Professional Experience Program.
Dr. Fulton currently teaches in the Pharmacy Practice course and the Women’s Health lecture series in the Disease State Management III course both in the third professional year of the curriculum. Dr. Fulton has developed an elective course in women's health emphasizing the effect of common disease states on the female population.