Faculty in Patient-Driven Values in Healthcare Evaluation (PAVE) are committed to promoting value-based decision-making through diverse multistakeholder collaborations that engage patients from an extensive network of partners to build technical expertise in patient-centered outcomes research, education, and dissemination.

Wendy Camelo Castillo, MD, MSc, PhD Wendy Camelo Castillo, MD, MSc, PhD
Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research
Hispanic Patient Engagement Core Lead


Research Interests: Pharmacoepidemiology; development and implementation of methods for comparative effectiveness and patient centered outcomes research; health disparities
Susan C. dosReis, PhD, Associate Professor, Pharmaceutical Health Services Research Susan DosReis, PhD
Professor & Vice Chair for Research, Pharmaceutical Health Services Research
Director, Patient-Driven Values in Healthcare Evaluation (PAVE)

Research Interests: Pharmacoepidemiology; pediatric mental health behavioral science
Joey Mattingly, PharmD, MBA - Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Science Joey Mattingly, PhD, PharmD, MBA
Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research
Director of Operations


Research Interests: Pharmacy management and leadership; social media; pharmacoeconomics; policy
Small version, for faculty listings C. Daniel Mullins, PhD
Professor & Chair, Pharmaceutical Health Services Research
Patient Engagement Core Lead


Research Interests: Pharmacoeconomics; comparative effectiveness research and health disparities
Eleanor Perfetto, PhD, MS
Professor of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research
Education Core Lead


Research Interests: Health policy issues, including issues related to comparative effectiveness research, health care quality performance measurement, patient-focused drug development, and reimbursement
Julia Slejko, PhD Julia Slejko, PhD
Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research
Research Core Lead


Research Interests: Medication adherence and decision-analytic modeling for cost effectiveness and comparative effectiveness research