Maria Agapova, a lecturer in the Department of Pharmacy, has helped teach the Medical Risk Analysis & Management course since 2013. A medical outcomes liaison for Teva Pharmaceuticals, she presents clinical, economic and health outcomes data to managed care organizations to demonstrate the value of Teva products. She is also involved in health outcomes and economics research relating to migraines, movement disorders and asthma. Previously at PATH, Agapova used modeling to show value in integrating human milk banks with breastfeeding promotion programs. Agapova’s policy work has been used to inform FDA guidance recommendations in blood donor screening for Trypanosoma cruzi and benefit-risk assessment in medical devices.