Dr. Jennifer Goldman, has been a pharmacist for almost 30 years and joined the faculty at MCPHS University in 1997. She received her BSPharm in 1989 and her PharmD in 1996, both from MCPHS University. She completed a residency with a focus in ambulatory care at the Boston VA Medical Center in 1997 and is a certified diabetes educator (CDE) and is board certified in advanced diabetes management (BC-ADM). She is a fellow of the American College of Clinical Pharmacists (FCCP). Dr. Goldman is currently a Professor of Pharmacy Practice and coordinates and teaches in various therapeutics courses. She has maintained a practice in family and internal medicine with a focus in diabetes and cardiovascular disease since 1997. She is an academic preceptor for MCPHS University PharmD candidates and the academic fellowship preceptor for MCPHS University/Becton Dickinson in diabetes care. She has served on various statewide and national organizational committees and boards. Dr. Goldman has been the recipient of the Long Term Service, Trustees Award for Teaching Excellence, the Preceptor of the Year, the Pharmacy Practice Teacher of the year and the Biopharmaceutical Industry Fellowship Faculty Preceptor of the Year at MCPHS University and has been recognized by the American Academy of Family Physicians for teaching in Family Medicine. Her research interests are in the area of diabetes/cardiovascular disease and the scholarship of teaching with multiple publications and invited presentations in these areas.