Robin Gosdin Farrell, DNP, MSN, FNP-BC


Associate Clinical Professor
(334) 844-6731
Office 2229


DNP- University of Alabama in Birmingham, 2010
MSN/FNP- University of Alabama in Birmingham, 1987
BSN- Auburn University @ Montgomery, 1984

Teaching Areas:

Family & Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Courses, Clinical Preceptorship and Internship, Leadership
Advanced Practice Core Courses: Roles, Theories
DNP Residency Courses, Clinical Preceptorship, and Doctoral Studies

Clinical Focus: 

School & College Health, Family/Primary Care, Pediatrics & Adolescence, Women's Health, STIs & Abstinence Training


Volunteer CRNP and STI Consultant: Women’s Hope Medical Clinic
Medical Missions: Honduras Mission Lazarus

Campus Committee Involvement:
Admissions, Progression, & Graduation
Faculty Affairs & Development
Recruitment & Integrity
CE Scholarship
Accreditation Self-Study

Research Interests:

School & College Health, Pediatrics & Adolescents, Asthma, Childhood
Obesity, Disaster Training, Diabetes, Train the Trainer, Women’s
Health, STIs & Abstinence Training, Animal-Assisted Care


Dr. Robin Gosdin Farrell has been a part of Auburn for over 30 years as a Family Nurse Practitioner (certified ANCC). As a CRNP, Robin has worked in family health, college health, and women’s health. She brings over 34 years of experience as an RN with experience in urgent care, family care, pediatrics, neonatal intensive care, and college health. In 2010, she graduated with her DNP and began her journey in academia. She most recently served as Assistant Professor with Troy University (Montgomery campus) in the MSN Family Nurse Practitioner Program and the Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) program. Dr. Farrell is a member of National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty (NONPF), Sigma Theta Tau Internal Nursing Honor Society, Golden Key International Honor Society, and is active in the Advanced Practitioners in the River Region. She and another faculty member founded the East Alabama Nurse Practitioner Council.