Dr. Scoggin is the Founder, President, and CEO of Med Communications. Prior to founding Med Communications, Allen served on the College of Pharmacy faculty of the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center for 30 years. He graduated from the University of Tennessee with a BS in Pharmacy (1967) and Doctor of Pharmacy degree (1971). Allen also received the Masters in Public Administration from the University of Memphis (1982). Dr. Scoggin served as a Pharmacy Officer in the US Air Force BioMedical Science Corps from 1967 to 1970 (Otis Air Force Base, Massachusetts). He currently serves as a member of the Alumni Council for the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy, as well as the Alumni Council for Martin Methodist College.
Beth obtained her Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) from the University of Tennessee, Memphis. After graduation, she completed a residency in Family and Community Medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. She later joined the staff of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Hospital to develop pharmacy-run outpatient internal medicine clinics. In 2000, she returned to Memphis as a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Pain Management for Methodist University Hospital. In this role, she participated in outpatient care and investigational research protocol writing and management. She holds appointments as faculty for the College of Pharmacy for the University of Tennessee and the University of Arkansas.
Colleen has 15+ years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry, working in investigational clinical pharmacy, medical affairs, and contact center roles. Colleen served as a medical team member at the Merck National Service Center and as the manager of the US contact center at Wyeth Pharmaceuticals. Her therapeutic area experience in medical information departments include cardiovascular, respiratory, and vaccines.
Ellen has been employed with Med Communications, Inc for 8 years. She received both pharmacy degrees from the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy. Prior to her career at Med Communications Ellen practiced clinical pharmacy. Ellen is currently an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy and a Medical Advisor for the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation. Ellen has 15+ years’ experience in writing and articulating scientific information. During this time, she has lectured to pharmacy students on multiple sclerosis, presented on multiple sclerosis at 30+ medical meetings/advisory boards, published 100+ articles (e.g., continuing education programs, patient information articles, and peer reviewed publications), written advisory board meeting reports, responded to FDA response letters, created side decks, and written/reviewed scientific materials for pharmaceutical clients.