I am a pharmacoepidemiologist and Assistant Professor Health Services, Policy & Practice (tenure track) and Assistant Professor of Epidemiology in the Program in Public Health. I received a PharmD from the University of Rhode Island, a PhD in epidemiology from Brown Medical School, and I completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the Center for Gerontology and Health Care Research at Brown University. My main research interest is the study of drug effects, with applications to drug safety and comparative effectiveness research. In most of my work, I have used health plan claims data that have been supplemented through data linkages. My methodological expertise covers topics related to studying medical interventions in the setting of non-randomized treatment groups and incomplete data (i.e., claims data).
DAVID DORE, PharmD, PhD
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