Research Interests – ICH Members
Her research focuses on developing interventions to improve health outcomes in medication adherence and smoking cessation. She established a research team at the Institute of Community Health to study tobacco habits, leading efforts to collect survey based data on smoking habits globally. Dr Abughosh concentrates on motivational interviewing based interventions to improve adherence and subsequent health outcomes in chronic illnesses.
He is a recognized researcher in pharmaceutical practice and policy. His interests are focused on the quality of pharmaceutical care in the elderly, evidence-based medicine, pharmacoepidemiology and medication-related morbidity.
Her research interests are focused on comparative effectiveness and safety of complex pharmacotherapy regimens (e.g. polypharmacy) to help identify more effective and safe treatment options for children with mental disorders, specifically ADHD and mood disorders.
Research interests include HIV clinical pharmacogenetic translational research (i.e. using this knowledge to optimize treatment outcomes for various HIV patient populations with complex comorbidities), and natural treatment options for HIV and associated comorbidities.
The examination of issues related to HIV transmission among military populations in Africa represent Dr. Essien’s core research and academic interests. Other research interests include developing culturally appropriate HIV prevention programs for African American and Hispanic populations in the United States, and exploring issues pertaining to the prevention of tobacco use
His research experience includes survey methodology employing theoretical models to understand health care professionals’ behavior. Dr. Fleming’s other research interests include medication adherence, medication-use disparities and epidemiological studies on controlled substance prescription use.
His research interests are in the safety and effectiveness of pharmaceutical treatments for patients with multiple chronic conditions, and in statistical methods to improve causal inference in non-randomized studies of treatment effects.
His research interests include topics in the area of pharmacoeconomics, pharmaceutical marketing, and health outcomes research. He uses sophisticated statistical models to understand consumer behavior of various health issues.
His research interests include geriatrics, clinical epidemiology and evidence-based medicine, general medicine and primary care.
Her research interests include HIV/AIDS, pharmacokinetics (PK)/pharmacodynamics (PD) of HIV drugs, pharmacogenetic correlations with PK/PD of HIV drugs, drug distribution and metabolism in special populations (women, minorities) and drug interactions with HIV drugs.