The Pharmaceutical Evaluation and Policy Division is comprised of a diverse group of highly talented faculty with diverse backgrounds in Economics, Econometrics, Patient Reported Outcomes and Psychometrics, and Pharmacoepidemiology. Students that study Pharmaceutical Evaluation and Policy receive advanced research training in the delivery and value of pharmaceutical products and services and contribute to health policy and program development that benefits society. Using a multidisciplinary approach, individuals in the program will acquire the abilities to conduct research that evaluates the value of pharmaceutical products, services, and financing systems as well as explore epidemiologic and social behavioral issues surrounding pharmaceutical use.
We provide a competitive stipend and tuition support to our Ph.D. students on a competitive basis and will consider students that wish to pursue a M.S. degree that can fully self-support their educational and living expenses. In addition, we offer specific training well suited to launch careers in Comparative Effectiveness Research and Patient Centered Outcomes Research.