Juan Hincapie-Castillo, Pharm.D., Ph.D., an assistant professor of pharmaceutical outcomes and policy in the University of Florida College of Pharmacy, has been appointed as a member of the Editorial Advisory Board, or EAB, of the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, or JAPhA, for a three-year term.
Dr. Hincapie-Castillo has been appointed to the Science and Policy Advisory Council for the National Pain Advocacy Center.
Pain Medicine is a multidisciplinary journal dedicated to pain clinicians, educators and researchers with an interest in pain from various medical specialties.
Hincapie-Castillo will collaborate with faculty and staff in The Center for Public Health Law Research on projects and grants in the area of legal epidemiology.
Dr. Hincapie-Castillo has been appointed as a consultant to the FDA's Drug Safety and Risk Management Advisory Committee.
The Emerging Leader Award recognizes ISPE members that have shown early in their careers the potential for leadership and have already made significant contributions to the society.
Juan Hincapie-Castillo, Pharm.D., Ph.D., an assistant professor in the UF College of Pharmacy’s department of pharmaceutical outcomes and policy, has received a $10,000 grant from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, or AACP, to identify opioid use trends by analyzing publicly available posts on Reddit.
UF researchers found the number of new opioid users per month dropped 16 percent immediately after Florida House Bill 21 was implemented.
UF Faculty and alumni took over several leadership roles in the society during the 35th International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology in Philadelphia. Dr. Almut Winterstein, Professor and Chair of POP, was installed as the President of the International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology. She…
Congratulations to Amir Sarayani, Thui Thai, and Juan Hincapie-Castillo for receiving awards for the best abstracts submitted by students / postdocs during the 35th International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology in Philadelphia. There are hundreds of student abstracts submitted for presentation at the annual meeting and the top three get recognized…