We facilitate research to improve clinical treatment decisions and public health for diverse populations. We educate clinician-scientists in a range of CER methods.
Comparative effectiveness research (CER) is designed to improve health care decision-making by providing evidence about the effectiveness, benefits and harms of different treatment options. CER is the generation and synthesis of evidence that compares the benefits and harms of alternative methods to prevent, diagnose, treat and monitor a clinical condition, or to improve the delivery of care.
Sarah Graham Kenan Professor of Medicine,
Departments of Medicine and Social Medicine, School of Medicine
Nancy A. Dreyer Distinguished Professor and Chair, Epidemiology
Director, Program on Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services and Systems
Professor, Health Policy and Management
Director, Center for Pharmacoepidemiology
Associate Professor, Epidemiology
Senior Research Analyst, RTI International
Research Program Manager