Joel Farley, PhD, is an associate professor in the Division of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy. His research concentrations are in the areas of pharmacoepidemiology and pharmaceutical outcomes. His primary research interest relates to the evaluation of the public policies used to manage prescription medications. Dr. Farley has experience working with both primary and secondary data. His research projects have used data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, private health plans, and State Medicaid Research Files. Dr. Farley has more than fifty peer-reviewed publications on a variety of topics evaluating the effectiveness, accessibility, and affordability of medications among different patient populations.