What’s new with Pop?
Brianna Costales, Ph.D. and Dawai Guan, M.S. earned degrees in summer 2022.
The new cohort includes 10 Ph.D. and master’s students from seven countries.
Brown was approved for tenure and promoted to associate professor.
POP’s new home
In the spring of 2023, the department of pharmaceutical outcomes and policy will move into the new Malachowsky Hall for Data Science & Information Technology. The new state-of-the-art building will unite UF data scientists from pharmacy, medicine, engineering and bioinformatics to create multidisciplinary solutions to the world’s greatest challenges.
Areas of Research
Applies epidemiologic reasoning, methods, and knowledge to studies that examine the safety, effectiveness, and quality of drugs in human populations as well as healthcare systems that impact medication use.
Include studies which describe the cost, utilization and economic efficiency of pharmaceutical products and related services in the delivery of health care and the development and application of health care policy.
The concentration established the competence to evaluate the quality of medication use and medication use systems, to develop target interventions for identified quality deficits, and to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of such interventions.
The UF Center for Drug Evaluation and Safety unites researchers interested in using big data to evaluate drugs and the safety of medications through drug safety initiatives in real-world populations.
Please join us Thursday, 05/05/2022 for POP Research seminar of the Spring 2022, held from 11:00am – 12:00pm in HPNP Auditorium, Room 1404, or via…
Please join us Thursday, 04/21/2022 for POP Research seminar of the Fall 2021, held from 11:00 am-12:30 pm in Communicore C1-04. We will be welcoming…
Please join us Tuesday, 04/19/2022. We will be welcoming Rayid Ghani, MS as our seminar speaker. Rayai Ghani, Rayid Ghani is a Professor in…
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Graduate students describe how their research in the department of pharmaceutical outcomes and policy at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy is helping to make medications safer and more effective.