Lexy’s primary research passion is medication deprescribing, with the goal to make medication regimens safer for patients by leveraging real-world data. Additionally, she is curious about American pharmaceutical culture, drug-drug interactions, US drug pricing, polypharmacy, and pharmacoepidemiology.
She studied epidemiology at Brigham Young University (bachelor’s) and The Harvard School of Public Health (master’s). She has worked as a research assistant in academic and hospital settings and has been a data scientist at a large pharmacy benefits management organization.
Beyond work, Lexy relishes playing spike ball, running, biking, cooking, writing, and getting way too competitive during any kind of game. She’s also the number one fan of her husband and their son.