Dr. Soria Saucedo has been active in the area of health services research for over 9 years. He also has extensive consulting experience with intergovernmental agencies (PAHO, WHO, UNICEF), ministries of health, non-profit organizations in Bolivia, Colombia, Holland, Mexico, Switzerland, Peru and Brazil, and worked for the Center of Assessment of Pharmaceutical Practices (CAPP) at Boston University for four years. Dr. Soria-Saucedo received a PhD degree in the Health Services Research program at Boston University School of Public Health. He also received a MPH degree in the National Institute of Public Health in Mexico and his MD degree at the University of San Andreas. Dr Soria-Saucedo joined the University of Florida Department of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy as an Assistant Professor in 2017. Dr. Soria-Saucedo’s work spans a variety of areas including health outcomes research, health services research, pharmaceuticals, and retrospective data analysis. His current work at the University of Florida is directed towards understanding current trends of psychotropic polypharmacy utilization in Medicaid beneficiaries and the development of predictive models to assist pharmacists prevent adverse drug events and readmissions at inpatient psychiatric facilities.
psychotropics, drug utilization research, predictive modeling, children and adolescent mental health