Vittorio Maio, PharmD, MS, MSPH

Managing Director, Asano-Gonnella Center for Research in Medical Education & Health Care
Research Professor, Jefferson College of Population Health
Director, Health Economics and Outcomes Research Fellowship, Jefferson College of Population Health

Maio, Vittorio

Contact

1015 Chestnut Street
Curtis Building, Suite 319
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Vittorio.Maio@jefferson.edu

(215) 955-1821
(215) 955-6959 fax

Vittorio Maio, PharmD, MS, MSPH

Managing Director, Asano-Gonnella Center for Research in Medical Education & Health Care
Research Professor, Jefferson College of Population Health
Director, Health Economics and Outcomes Research Fellowship, Jefferson College of Population Health

Research & Clinical Interests

  • Evaluation of the Appropriateness of Prescribing for the Elderly
  • The Effects of Patient Prescription Cost-sharing on Drug Consumption and Utilization of Medical Care
  • The Quality of Care Provided by Physicians

Medical School

MSPH, Jefferson College of Population Health, Philadelphia, PA - 2005
MS, Pharmacology, Jefferson College of Biomedical Science, Philadelphia, PA - 2003
PharmD, School of Pharmacy, Perugia, Italy - 1987

Publications

Biography

Vittorio Maio is Research Professor in the Jefferson School of Population Health. He is also Director of the Health Economics & Outcomes Research Fellowship Programs. Dr. Maio’s research interests are in the areas of outcomes analysis and medication usage and policy.  He is Associate Editor of the American Journal of Medical Quality and serves as a reviewer for several professional journals, including JAMA-Internal Medicine, The Lancet, Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, and Drugs & Aging.  Dr. Maio received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Perugia (Italy), took the Italian Pharmacist Board Certification, and received both his Master of Science in Pharmacology and his Master of Science in Public Health from Thomas Jefferson University.  He lectures on Health Policy issues in the Masters programs of the Jefferson School of Population Health and in the Master’s Program in Management of Health Care Organizations at the University of Pisa, Italy, Faculty of Economics. He teaches Pharmacoepidemiology in the Master of Science Program in Pharmacology for trainees in the NIH K30 Training Program and lectures on Applied Epidemiology in Healthcare at University of Parma, Italy, Faculty of Medicine, School of Specialization in Hygiene.