Beth Devine

Professor, The Comparative Health Outcomes, Policy & Economics Institute, School of Pharmacy
PhD, Health Services Research, University of Washington MBA, Business Administration, Masagung Graduate School of Business and Management, University of San Francisco PharmD, Universtiy of the Pacific Pre-Pharmacy (Minor in Music), University of the Pacific
Areas of Interest: 
Pharmacogenomic-guided Medication Use using electronic clinical data
Evidence Synthesis and (Network) Meta-Analysis
Comparative Effectiveness Research

Beth Devine is a health services research scientist and health economist. She studies medication safety, specifically pharmacogenomic biomarker-guided medication use and adverse drug events using real world evidence from electronic health records. Her work draws from the disciplines of patient-centered outcomes research and clinical informatics; she employ methods from epidemiology, biostatistics, and decision analysis.


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