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Jonathan D. Campbell, PhD

Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research


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Mailing address:

University of Colorado School of Pharmacy
Mail Stop C238
12850 E. Montview Blvd. V20-1205
Aurora, CO 80045

Office Location:

Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Building (V20)
First Floor
Room 1205

Contact:

Voice: 303-724-2886
Fax: 303-724-0979
E-Mail: Jon.Campbell@UCDenver.edu

Personal Statement:

The theme of my research is to advance the methods and application of comparative-effectiveness and cost-effectiveness evidence to improve decision making predominately at the policy (clinical guidelines and payer) level. I was an Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality K12 comparative effectiveness research scholar at the University of Colorado (July 2010 - June 2013). I have led various comparative- and cost-effectiveness research projects including the comparative effectiveness of disease modifying therapies in multiple sclerosis, the comparative effectiveness of fluticasone propionate/salmeterol combination therapy (asthma), and the cost-effectiveness of omalizumab (asthma). I am active in teaching in both the professional PharmD and Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research PhD programs.

Training and Education:

  • BA, Mathematics and Chemistry, St. Olaf College 2000 (Northfield MN)
  • MS, Biostatistics, University of Washington 2002 (Seattle WA)
  • PhD, Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research and Policy Program, University of Washington 2007 (Seattle WA)
  • Post Doctoral Fellowship, Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research and Policy Program, University of Washington 2007-2009 (Seattle WA)

Research Interests:

Cost-Effectiveness Research; Pharmacoeconomics; Comparative-Effectiveness Research.

Teaching:

  • PHSC 7611 Applied Cost-Effectiveness Analysis (PhD students, Lead Instructor)
  • PHRD 7400 – Pharmacoeconomics (PharmD 3rd year students) with Dr. Anne Libby
  • PHSC 7570 - Special Topics (PhD student seminar) in Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research
  • Dissertation Advisor: Julia Slejko (PhD in 2012) and R. Brett McQueen (PhD in 2013)
  • Post-Doctoral Advisor: R. Brett McQueen (2013-2015)
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Recent Publications