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Susan Jick

Susan Jick imageDr Susan Jick is the Director of the Boston Collaborative Drug Surveillance Program and Professor of Epidemiology at Boston University School of Public Health.

She has spent more than 40 years advancing methods and resources to evaluate post-marketing drug safety. She has extensive experience in the design and conduct of observational studies for this purpose and has authored more than 380 papers.

She has also pioneered methods to work with large electronic databases for drug safety and disease epidemiology and for many decades has worked with various databases, including claims data from Health Maintenance Organisations in the United States and the United Kingdom Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD). She brings extensive knowledge of these data sources and their strengths and limitations.

Her research has covered studies of many drugs in relation to many outcomes, including cancers, cardiovascular outcomes, autoimmune and infectious diseases, kidney and liver disease, and maternal exposure in relation to outcomes in their offspring.

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