Student, Researcher, and Pharmacist in Providence, Rhode Island
Andrew R. Zullo, PharmD, ScM, PhD is a pharmacoepidemiologist and health services researcher. He joined Brown University in 2012 as a joint PhD student in Health Services Research and ScM student in Epidemiology. In 2015, he then transitioned to become an AHRQ K12 Scholar in Patient Centered Outcomes Research and an Investigator in the Department of Health Services, Policy, and Practice.
Andrew's main research interest is in the study of prescription drug effects, particularly in geriatric patients and nursing home settings. He applies comparative effectiveness and safety methodologies to patient-centered outcomes research topics in diabetes, cardiovascular disease, fractures/osteoporosis, nephrology, and more. His other interests include 1) the quality and determinants of medication use, 2) personal prescription drug importation, and 3) new models of pharmaceutical care delivery and medication management.
Andrew continues to practice as an inpatient clinical pharmacist at Rhode Island Hospital, where he trains residents and students.