Assistant Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology


Andrew R. Zullo, PharmD, PhD focuses on improving medication use for older adults. He is a long-term care and post-acute care pharmacoepidemiologist and health services researcher.

His main research interest is in the study of prescription drug effects in frail, multimorbid, and older adults. He applies pharmacoepidemiologic, comparative effectiveness and safety, and causal inference methodologies to patient-centered outcomes research topics in diabetes, cardiovascular disease, fractures/osteoporosis, nephrology, and more. His work also includes medication-related evidence synthesis projects.

Andrew continues to practice as an inpatient clinical pharmacist at Rhode Island Hospital, where he trains residents and students.

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