As a Teaching Assistant Professor, my primary research interest lies in understanding the teaching and learning experience. Here are the key goals:
1. Development and standardization of novel metrics to quantitatively and qualitatively measure student-learning outcomes at both the program and institutional level.
2. Development, implementation and assessment of innovative teaching tools & strategies in the education of health professionals.
3. Development, implementation and assessment of strategies in the recruitment and retention of minority students in postsecondary education.
Also, my doctoral training and additional research interests focus on pharmacokinetics, particularly drug metabolism, transport, and elimination.
McLaughlin J, Roth M, Glatt-Dowd D, Gharkholonarehe N, Davidson C, Griffin L, Esserman D, Mumper R. (In press, 2013). "The Flipped Classroom: A Course Design to Foster an Innovative Learning Environment in Health Professions Education". Academic Medicine.
McLaughlin J, Griffin L, Esserman D, Davidson C, Glatt-Dowd D, Roth M, Gharkholonarehe N, Mumper R. (In press, 2013). "The Flipped Satellite Classroom: Student Engagement, Performance, and Perception". American Journal of Pharmacy Education.
White C, Howell DT, Joyner P, Griffin L, Simons-Yon A, Vaughn KT. (In press, 2013). "Pursuing a Career in Academia: Perceptions of Pharmacists and Student Pharmacists". Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning.
White C, Louis B, Persky A, Howell DT, Griffin L, Simmons-Yon A, Townsend D, Scolaro K. (June 2013). "Institutional Strategies to Achieve Diversity and Inclusion in Pharmacy Education". American Journal of Pharmacy Education. 77(5): 97.
Griffin LM, Perry C, St. Claire B, Watkins P, Brouwer KLR. (Jan 2013) "Combination Protease Inhibitors Alter Exogenous and Endogenous Bile Acid Disposition in Rat Hepatocytes". Drug Metabolism and Disposition. 41 (1): 88-196.
Griffin LM, Annaert P, Brouwer KLR. (Feb 2011). "Interactions of HIV Protease Inhibitors and Drug Transporters". Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 100 (9): 3636-3654.