Anusha Bompelli, PharmD, MS

PhD Student, Social and Administrative Pharmacy
Anusha Bompelli



PhD Student, Social and Administrative Pharmacy


PharmD, Kakatiya University, 2015

MS in Health Informatics, University of Minnesota, 2020

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Anu Bompelli is pursuing a PhD in Social and Administrative Pharmacy at the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy, where she previously earned her master's degree in Health Informatics. She also holds a PharmD degree from Kakatiya University, India. Her current research interests include health economics and outcomes research, patient-centered outcomes research, secondary analysis of electronic health records (EHR) data, and, medical device innovation.

She serves as a Project Manager for the Earl E. Bakken Medical Devices Center (MDC) Internship program at the University of Minnesota. The program focuses on meeting an unmet clinical need through innovation and product development, which includes background research; patent and market landscape; need statement; brainstorming solutions; solution filtering; prototyping; testing; building ecosystem map, customer discovery insights and business models.


Mental Health
Clinical Informatics
Data Visualization
Design and Interpretation of Clinical Trials
Medical Device Innovation

Awards & Recognition

Nominated | 7th KDDM WG Student Innovation Award Competition in AMIA 2020
Accepted into the Inclusive Innovators Forum, an NSF-funded pilot program Jan 2020
FIP Health and Medicine Information Section Stipend Recipient | Oct 2015
Secretary General | 61st International Pharmaceutical Students Federation - World Congress 2015
Represented India as an Official Delegate | 13th Asian Pacific Pharmaceutical Symposium 2014

Professional Associations

President: International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) – UMN Student Chapter (2021-2022)

ExCo Member, Indian Pharmaceutical Association - Community Pharmacy Division (IPA-CPD) (2014 - Present)

Former Chairperson, IPA- Students' Forum (2016-2018)

Member, American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA)

Member, International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP)

Member, Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)


Teaching Assistant:

     PHAR 6774: Pharmacotherapy of Neurologic and Psychiatric Disorders (Fall 2020)
     PHAR 6758: Pulmonary Pharmacotherapy (Spring 2021)
     PHAR 6799: Advanced Pharmacy Practice Learning Experience (APPLE) 3 (Spring 2021)


Research Publications
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