Dr. Sheila Reddy is a pharmacist and researcher with over 15 years of experience in health economics and outcomes research, public health, and evaluation, in addition to her work in pharmacy practice. She directs real world studies at PHAR, using administrative claims, electronic health records, registries, and survey data while drawing on her knowledge of patient care, study design, and quantitative research methods.
Dr. Reddy also brings global health expertise to PHAR, having supported multi-country program evaluations at the United Nations Children’s Fund and having organized public health projects in Cameroon as part of Peace Corps. Her research has been published in multiple high-impact journals and she has peer-reviewed for journals such as JAMA and Health Affairs. Dr. Reddy received her pharmacy degree from the University of Wisconsin, with clinical training in transplant pharmacotherapy. She obtained both her master’s degree in global health and her doctorate in health policy from Harvard University.