After growing up in Florida, Annie Hurley received her doctor of pharmacy degree from Palm Beach Atlantic University in 2006. Following graduation, she moved to Memphis, Tennessee to complete the one year Drug Information Specialty Residency offered by Med Communications. Upon residency completion, Annie served as an Assistant Professor for the University of Tennessee (UT) Health Sciences Center College of Pharmacy for two years. While at UT, she precepted pharmacy students on rotation in the Drug Information Center as well as UT, St. Jude, and Med Communications fellows. She also lectured in various areas of the pharmacy curriculum, and developed the Lifestyle Management selective. This course was offered to third year pharmacy students and focused on the importance of stress management, time management, organization skills, diet, and exercise for optimal health and wellness. She returned to Med Communications in 2009 as a Senior Medical Information Specialist. After several years, she was promoted to Senior Director, Professional Development and Director, Medical Information, and supervised professional staff in these roles. Recently, she decided to transition to a medical writing role with Med Communications and is currently working as a Global Medical Information Specialist. In her personal life, she enjoys writing, reading, yoga, and trying out new, healthy recipes.