Ongoing Projects


Teratogenic Risk Impact and Mitigation (TRIM): An Evidence-based Decision Framework

Principal Investigator: AG Winterstein
Objective: This study aims to develop an innovative, evidence-based decision tool that uses quantifiable criteria to allow prioritization of drugs for further risk mitigation. Harnessing data from billing and vital records and synthesizing existing evidence, we will employ the newly developed TRIM Decision Tool to prioritize drugs for risk mitigation.

Merck Sharpe Dohme

Epidemiology and cost of RSV infections in infants and toddlers

Principal Investigator: AG Winterstein
Objective: This study will provide new evidence on the epidemiology of RSV infections and estimate RSV related costs.

State of Florida

Consortium for Medical Marijuana Clinical Outcomes Research

Principal investigators: AG Winterstein & Robert Cook
Objectives: This state appropriation the supports the consortium for medical marijuana clinical outcomes research, charged to generate and disseminate evidence on the outcomes of the medical use of marijuana to inform clinical and policy decisions. 

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Big data apprOaches fOr Safe Therapeutics in Healthy Pregnancies (BOOST)

Principal investigators: Judy Maro & AG Winterstein
Objectives: In this study we will combine innovative data-mining techniques that can evaluate multiple drugs and outcomes simultaneously with formal assessments of prioritized safety signals obtained from data-mining to accelerate evidence generation on the safety of medications during pregnancy.

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Bill and Melinda gates foundation

Drug-Drug Interactions with Hormonal Contraceptives

Principal investigators: S Schmidt; J Brown & AG Winterstein for RWE study component
Objectives: This study characterizes hormonal contraceptive utilization patterns and evaluates adverse events from drug-drug interactions including risk for unplanned pregnancy