Faculty

Smiling man standing in pharmacy with female pharmacist sitting in the backgroundFacutly who teach in the Health and Pharmaceutical Outcomes research track and their research interests are listed below.

Edward Armstrong, Professor Emeritus, Health and Pharmaceutical Outcomes
Areas of focus: drug use evaluation, medical and pharmacy database analyses, pharmacoeconomics.

Sandipan Bhattacharjee, PhD, Assistant Professor, Health and Pharmaceutical Outcomes
Areas of focus: neurodegenerative diseases, oncology and diabetes, the influence of other co-occurring chronic conditions in the geriatric population with these different disease states focusing on their quality of life. Also, medication utilization, adherence and persistence, total and specific types of healthcare expenditures, the use of advanced techniques such as propensity score matching, instrumental variable using administrative claims data and electronic medical records to evaluate treatment effects.

Wei-Hsuan Jenny Lo-Ciganic, PhD, Assistant Professor, Health and Pharmaceutical Outcomes
Areas of focus: medication adherence to essential chronic medications, drug safety, cancer prevention, quality and value of prescribing, and diffusion of new drugs for chronic disease management (e.g., diabetes, hypertension, chronic kidney disease), especially among vulnerable or minority populations (e.g., older adults, pregnant women).

Daniel Malone (pictured above), PhD, Professor, Health and Pharmaceutical Outcomes
Areas of focus: pharmacoeconomics and health services research, with an emphasis in pharmacy demonstration projects and economic issues associated with the pharmaceutical industry.

Marion Slack, PhD, Professor, Health and Pharmaceutical Outcomes
Areas of focus: research and teaching related to the scientific method and research design, specializing in meta-analysis; development and evaluation of community-responsive practice models and pharmacist participation in community health.

Terri Warholak, PhD, Associate Professor, Health and Pharmaceutical Outcomes
Areas of focus: research and teaching related to medication safety with a focus on electronic prescribing, and the impact of information on pharmacists’ decisions in the community practice setting.

Originally posted: August 13, 2014
Last updated: February 1, 2017
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