For the second consecutive year, Joshua Brown, Pharm.D., Ph.D., M.S., an assistant professor of pharmaceutical outcomes and policy, has been selected as a TEDMED Research Scholar. He is one of 45 scholars selected by TEDMED to help identify the topics, themes and speakers who will appear at TEDMED 2018, Nov. 14-16, in Palm Springs, California. As a Research Scholar, Brown will evaluate nominations and help select TEDMED speakers who represent high-quality and scientifically credible ideas in health and medicine.
TEDMED annually selects a diverse group of individuals that are passionate about the future of health and medicine to serve as Research Scholars. Brown joined the College of Pharmacy’s department of pharmaceutical outcomes and policy in November 2016, and his research interests include pharmacoepidemiology, drug policy and health outcomes.