Jennifer Cocohoba, PharmD
What I do
My research focuses on developing and testing interventions to improve medication adherence, pharmacist communication around adherence, determining associations between refill patterns and HIV antiretroviral adherence, antiretroviral pharmacoepidemiology and guideline concordance, and antiretroviral treatment disparities.
My research expertise
Dr. Cocohoba is Professor of Clinical Pharmacy in the Department of Clinical Pharmacy at the University of California San Francisco. Dr. Cocohoba specializes in HIV/AIDS Ambulatory Care. She serves as the clinical pharmacist responsible for developing and maintaining the treatment adherence program at the UCSF Womens’ HIV Program (WHP). She also serves as a faculty advisor and research mentor for the UCSF student-run free clinic, the Mabuhay Health Center. Dr. Cocohoba conducts research on pharmacy-based interventions to improve adherence to HIV antiretroviral medicines, antiretroviral therapy concordance with national treatment guidelines, sex-related HIV treatment disparities, and on health of Filipino-Americans.