Faculty & Staff

Olufunmilola Abraham, Social & Adminstrative Sciences in Pharmacy Division

Olufunmilola Abraham
Assistant Professor, Social & Administrative Sciences

  • medication use in adolescents and young adults
  • technology use and game-based learning
  • developing medication safety innovations in adolescent health care
Betty Chewning, Social & Adminstrative Sciences in Pharmacy Division

Betty Chewning
Professor, Social & Administrative Sciences

  • stakeholder engagement
  • patient provider partnerships
  • communication and health outcomes
  • medication self-management
  • interprofessional collaboration in an aging Wisconsin
Michelle Chui, Social & Adminstrative Sciences in Pharmacy Division

Michelle Chui
SRC Director, Associate Professor & Vice Chair, Social & Administrative Sciences

  • elevating the standard of community pharmacy practice
  • providing tools to practitioners in ambulatory settings
Jay Ford, Social & Adminstrative Sciences in Pharmacy Division

James Ford II
Assistant Professor, Social & Administrative Sciences

  • integrating health systems engineering principles and quality improvement interventions to improve systems of care processes with a focus on dissemination, implementation and sustainability of organizational change
  • implementing evidence based practices in behavioral health organizations, nursing homes and assisted living communities
Kevin Look, Social & Adminstrative Sciences in Pharmacy Division

Kevin Look
Assistant Professor, Social & Administrative Sciences

  • evaluation of changes to health care policies
  • how changes to insurance coverage and benefit design impact medication use and costs
  • rural-urban disparities in access to insurance and health care
Dave Mott, Social & Adminstrative Sciences in Pharmacy Division

David Mott
Professor & Chair, Social & Administrative Sciences

  • pharmacy labor market
  • economic factors associated with drug utilization
Olayinka Shiyanbola, Social & Adminstrative Sciences in Pharmacy Division

Olayinka Shiyanbola
Assistant Professor, Social & Administrative Sciences

  • patient beliefs, health literacy, medication use among underserved populations
  • utilization of pharmacy quality measures by patients
  • enhancing prescription warnings and health information documents to improve patient understanding and medication safety