Jimmy Gonzalez is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Administration, working under the guidance of Dr. Chintan Dave, with varied research interests and direct patient care responsibilities at a large academic teaching center. His clinical practice is in internal medicine and many of his research endeavors have involved the use of hospital data sets in collaboration with other clinical practitioners and pharmacy trainees. He has served as the PI and co-investigator for many hospital-based projects and as a research mentor for pharmacy residents.
Currently, he is interested in cardiometabolic medications, including the benefits of sodium-glucose cotransporter 2 inhibitors (SGLT2i) and their prescribing patterns. As an educator, he has also conducted academic research on burnout evaluation among pharmacy residents and instructional techniques for biostatistics for medication literature evaluation courses in the Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum.
To further his skills in study design and biostatistical analysis, he is undertaking a Masters in Public Health (concentration in Epidemiology) program at the Rutgers School of Public Health.