Anne Mobley Butler, PhD, MS
Instructor in Medicine
- BS - Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology: Emory University, Atlanta GA (2003)
- MS - Epidemiology: Harvard School of Public Health (2006)
- PhD - Epidemiology: Gillings School of Global Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2014)
- Postdoctoral Fellowship - Epidemiology: Gillings School of Global Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2015-2017)
Dr. Butler’s research focuses on answering important, clinical questions about drug and vaccine utilization, effectiveness, safety, and related outcomes. Her work involves the application of epidemiologic study designs and analytic methods, including comparative effectiveness research methodology, to data from large clinical and healthcare utilization databases. Dr. Butler’s research in clinical epidemiology covers many substantive areas including vaccines, drugs, infections, cancer, chronic kidney disease, anemia management, and health-related quality of life.