Amie J. Goodin, PhD

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Contact Information:

Assistant Scientist

Department of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy

OFFICE: HPNP 2320
EMAIL: amie.goodin@cop.ufl.edu
PHONE: 352-294-8829

 

Education:

  • Ph.D., University of Kentucky Martin School of Public Policy and Administration, Lexington, KY
  • Master of Public Policy, University of Kentucky Martin School of Public Policy and Administration, Lexington, KY

Biography:

Dr. Goodin currently works in a mentored, research faculty position within the Department of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy (POP), University of Florida. She received her Master of Public Policy degree from the University of Kentucky (UK). She completed her Doctor of Philosophy degree at UK’s Martin School of Public Policy in 2015, with specialization in pharmaceutical outcomes and an additional Certificate in Informatics. She completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship at University of Florida POP in 2017, specializing in pharmacoepidemiology methods while continuing her work in Health Services Research. Dr. Goodin previously worked as a Scientist at the Institute for Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy as well as the Center for the Advancement of Pharmacy Practice, both of which were housed in the UK College of Pharmacy. She has conducted mixed-method evaluations and served as co-investigator for several studies related to health policy interventions, epidemiological outcomes, economics, and health services research, with special emphasis in Medicaid and minority populations. She has taught methodology courses for the Department of Economics (UK) as well as led several workshops in statistical methods for healthcare applications for faculty, clinician CE, graduate students, and professional students in Pharmacy, Medicine, and Nursing. Currently, her research projects incorporate mixed-method approaches to assess the impact of policy changes on populations that face health disparities.

Link to Full CV: CV Goodin 2018

Research:

Dr. Goodin’s research can be found at the following links:

Google Scholar

ResearchGate