The purpose of the TRanslational Informatics Applied to Drug Safety(TRIADS) lab is to conduct research at the intersection of informatics, pharmacoepidemiology, personalized medicine, and comparative effectiveness to improve medication safety for older adults.  Current projects include:

* Comparing the effectiveness personalized medication therapy with standard of care in older adults with numerous chronic conditions

* The dynamic enhancement of drug product labels through Semantic Web technologies

* Active monitoring of adverse event risk in patients exposed to pharmacokinetic drug-drug interactions

* Semantic modeling of pharmacogenomics statements to support decisions made by pharmacists, clinicians, and patient


Please e-mail Dr. Richard Boyce for more information or if you would like to attend TRIADS lab meetings.

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