SAS Faculty Research

Social and Administrative Sciences Faculty
Olufunmilola Abraham
Olufunmilola Abraham, Assistant Professor

Research interests include medication use in adolescents and young adults, technology use and game-based learning, developing medication safety innovations in adolescent health care, and pharmacist-led interventions in medication management.

Betty Chewning
Betty Chewning, Professor

Research Interests: Stakeholder engagement; patient provider partnerships; communication and health outcomes; medication self-management; interprofessional collaboration in an aging Wisconsin.

Michelle Chui
Michelle Chui, Associate Professor and Vice Chair | Chui Research Group website

Research Interests: Elevating the standard of community pharmacy practice and providing tools to practitioners in ambulatory settings.

James Ford II
James Ford II, Assistant Professor

Integrating health systems engineering principles and quality improvement interventions to improve systems of care processes with a focus on the dissemination, implementation and sustainability of organizational change; and implementing evidence based practices in behavioral health organizations, nursing homes and assisted living communities.

Kevin Look
Kevin Look, Assistant Professor

Research interests include the evaluation of changes to health care policies, how changes to insurance coverage and benefit design impact medication use and costs, and rural-urban disparities in access to insurance and health care.

David Mott
David Mott, Professor and Chair

Research Interests: The pharmacy labor market and economic factors associated with drug utilization.

Lucas Richert
Lucas Richert, Associate Professor
Olayinka Shiyanbola
Olayinka Shiyanbola, Assistant Professor | Shiyanbola Research Group Website

Research Interests: Health literacy, medication adherence, medication use among underserved populations;  stakeholder engagement; pharmacy quality; enhancing health information to improve patient understanding and medication safety.

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