My research explores problems in health outcome and pharmacoepidemiology research, particularly with regards to comparative effectiveness and safety of drug products. The goal of my research is to provide effective strategies and interventions to improve population health and eliminate health disparities.

My recent research involves in promoting generic drug post-marketing surveillance and education with collaboration from off campus partners supported by multiple U.S. FDA grants. Additional research interests include mental health, cancer, and disability research, treatment optimization and outcomes for patients with chronic conditions, medication adherence, and quality of care among vulnerable populations.

Research Focus:

  • Comparative Effectiveness Research
  • Pharmacoepidemiology
Health Services Administration, Pharmacy
PhD, University of Maryland, Pharmacoepidemiology, 2012
MS, University of Maryland, Epidemiology, 2012
MS, University of Cincinnati, Social, Administrative Sciences in Pharmacy, 2006
BS, China Pharmaceutical University, Pharmaceutical Administration, 2001