Learn About Ms. McNulty

Pamela McNulty joined the Office of Pre-Health Advising as Director in 2015. She earned a B.S. in Medical Technology (with a minor in Chemistry) at Northeast Louisiana University which included a one-year clinical internship at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. She holds a board certification with the American Society for Clinical Pathology, MT(ASCP). Pamela has held numerous positions in the medical field: she worked in the areas of Clinical Chemistry, Toxicology, and Immunohematology at Baylor University Medical Center (Dallas); and at Gulfport Memorial Hospital she served as a Medical Technologist/Clinical Laboratory Scientist and a clinical instructor. During her tenure at Baylor, she received the Clinical Instructor of the Year award (Medical Technology) from UT Southwestern Medical Center.

Pamela completed a M.S. in Higher Education with a minor in Counseling at Texas A&M University-Commerce and transitioned to academia. Prior to joining the Office of Pre-Health Advising, Pamela was an Academic Advisor and Pre-Health Specialist in the University Advising Center at SMU. She also taught a course in Human Development, facilitated learning strategies workshops, and provided academic counseling as a Learning Specialist in the Altshuler Learning Enhancement Center. Before joining SMU, she served as an adjunct faculty member at Eastfield College. As an educator and former healthcare professional, Pamela brings a passion for empowering Pre-Health students with the knowledge and skills required to help them reach their academic and professional goals.

When not working, Pamela enjoys spending time with family and friends, hiking, photography, trying new recipes, and watching HGTV (and sports).