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Alicia Gilsenan

Vice President, Epidemiology


PhD, Epidemiology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
MS, Pharmacy Administration, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
BS, Pharmacy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Alicia Gilsenan is Vice President of Epidemiology with RTI Health Solutions and a licensed pharmacist. Dr. Gilsenan’s primary areas of expertise are pharmacoepidemiology and therapeutic risk management, as well as the structured benefit-risk assessment of medications, biologics, and devices. Since joining RTI in 1997, she has applied innovative approaches to the design, conduct, and analysis of both retrospective and prospective epidemiologic studies, most recently focusing on consultation, design, and implementation of postauthorization safety studies. She has directed multidisciplinary international teams for large primary and secondary data-collection studies, including multidatabase studies in the United States and Europe, patient registries and site-based studies in the United States, and a risk minimization evaluation survey. 

Dr. Gilsenan has published within multiple therapeutic areas, including oncology, gastrointestinal, depression, cardiovascular health, respiratory health, infectious disease, and smoking cessation, as well as in the research areas of risk minimization measures and structured approaches to benefit-risk assessment.

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