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Lisa Selker

Lisa M. Selker is a third-year doctoral student at the UNC Gillings School of Public Health in the Health Policy and Management department. Lisa is utilizing her concentration in economics to research pharmaceutical policy. Lisa’s doctoral research focuses on medications for which the FDA requires a black box warning. These warnings are reserved for medications… Read more »

Montika Bush, MS

Montika is a doctoral student in Pharmacoepidemiology program of the department of Epidemiology whose research interest includes quality of care issues relating to chronic disease and preventive therapies. Her dissertation will focus on effects of guideline recommended therapies in the secondary prevention of cardiovascular events in the elderly. After graduation she would like to continue… Read more »

Drew Roberts, PharmD

Drew received his Doctor of Pharmacy from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa in 2011. He is currently a PhD Candidate in the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy’s Division of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy. Drew’s research interests revolve around the development and evaluation of pharmaceutical policies and health benefit designs that optimize clinical, economic, and… Read more »

Matthew Toth, MSW

Matt is a 3rd year doctoral student in Health Policy and Management at UNC-Chapel Hill. He obtained B.A. in Philosophy and History from Purdue University in 2004. After college he spent a year as a volunteer teacher at an elementary school in New York, NY. He moved to North Carolina in 2006 to pursue a… Read more »

Alison Brenner, PhD

Alison is very excited to return to the Sheps Center as a NRSA postdoctoral fellow. She completed her PhD in Health Services Research at the University of Washington in Seattle. Her primary research interests surround how patients make decisions about cancer screening, and other preference sensitive preventive care decisions, and methods for promoting informed and… Read more »

Monica Jolles, PhD

Mónica Pérez Jolles recently completed her doctoral degree in Health Policy and Management ,and a pre-doctoral fellowship in Health Services Research at the Cecil G. Sheps Center, UNC Chapel Hill. She will continue with a post-doctoral fellowship this fall. She is interested in service practices aimed at increasing minority patient engagement, such as participatory decision-making,… Read more »

Angela Stover, MA

Angela Stover is an advanced doctoral student in the department of Health Behavior at UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health. Angela’s research interests focus on the measurement and application of patient-reported outcomes (PRO) to improve cancer care. At UNC, she has been involved in the design of PRO measures for use in cancer care… Read more »