Jennifer Moll, PharmD

Pharmacist, Educator


Pharmacology, Heart Disease, Cholesterol


University of Memphis, University of Tennessee Health Science Center



Jennifer Moll, MS, PharmD, is a former writer for Verywell Health covering cholesterol. She's a pharmacist actively involved in educating patients about the importance of heart disease prevention by lowering cholesterol levels through diet, exercise, and proper use of their medications. After entering the Med Communications Medical Information Fellowship Program, she became an Inquiry Medical Information Specialist. She's served as an assistant professor in the department of clinical pharmacy at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, and is published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine.


Jennifer has a Bachelor of Science degree in microbiology and chemistry and a Master of Science degree in molecular biology from the University of Memphis. She also has a Doctorate in Pharmacy from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.

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