Maxim Eskin, B.Pharm with honours
Training Program: MSc in Health Services and Policy Research, School of Public HealthMaxim was born and raised in Kaluga, Russian Federation. He was an EMT-Paramedic for almost 5 years, but got tired of "action" and decided to change direction to pharmaceutical studies. Maxim received his B. Pharm with honors and as a project for his bachelor degree, Maxim participated in the "Study of Pharmacist Intervention in Diabetes Treatment". Max is working as a community pharmacist and specializes in opioid addiction treatment. Max's main interests are Pharmacoepidemiology, Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety and Effectiveness. Max possesses a strong background in Clinical Pharmacology and Medical Treatment of Chronic Diseases. Max is currently pursuing his Master’s degree in the ACHORD group, School of Public Health, University of Alberta, under the direction of Drs. Dean Eurich and Scot Simpson. His thesis project focuses on defining exposure to oral anti diabetic agents. Additionally, Max is currently taking CIHR Drug Safety and Effectiveness Cross-Disciplinary Training (DSECT) Program at The Department of Family Medicine, McMaster University.
Outside of work, Max enjoys sports, especially basketball and has a hobby of learning languages.