Students are only admitted into the PhD or residential MS programs for the Fall semester. We recommend that all application materials be submitted no later than January 1, 2014. For admission information regarding the online MS programs please click here.
Please note that the deadline for Fall 2013 applications has passed. Please contact Jill Hunt at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Welcome to POP Research
Welcome to the Department of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy educational programs.
We offer a variety of training opportunities including graduate degrees as well as internship and independent study opportunities for honor projects. It is with no exaggeration when I say that our department is one of a handful of graduate programs in the US that offers PhD level training in pharmaceutical outcomes and policy research.
Our faculty is engaged in key positions related to drug and medication safety, comparative effectiveness research, pharmacoeconomics, quality assessment, pharmacoepidemiology, socio-behavioral aspects of medication use, and pharmaceutical policy with special focus on disparities and disabilities. We are able to integrate students early in their training into our ongoing research programs and can position them within an excellent network of peers.
We have a wealth of data sources for population-based retrospective analyses, and an excellent academic health center in 10 seconds walking distance with access to a full range of clinical specialties and state-of-the art electronic health records. Our department offers more opportunities to students for immersion in research than you will be able to take advantage of.
While we have the luxury to offer a comprehensive curriculum with a good set of advanced methodological courses, I value the research experience as equally important and as equally superb. To get a better impression, please review the sites listed below.