Student Faculty Patient Simulator
Jacob Dyer, PharmD

Jacob Dyer, PharmD

Assistant Professor


  • HRC, H2502

Contact Information


Academic Fellowship in Primary Care Research – Medical College of Wisconsin, 2020-2022
Pharmacy Teaching Certificate - with Distinction, Medical College of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy 2022
Graduate Certificate in Public Health – Medical College of Wisconsin, 2022
TeamSTEPPS Certificate – Medical University of South Carolina, 2021
Team Science Certificate in Clinical Research – Medical University of South Carolina, 2021
Doctor of Pharmacy – Inaugural Class of Medical College of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy, 2020
Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2012


Jake Dyer, PharmD, started as an Assistant Professor at MCW School of Pharmacy in September of 2022. He began his pharmacy journey as a member of MCW’s inaugural pharmacy school class, graduating in 2020. After graduation, he continued his post-doctoral education at MCW and completed a 2-year academic fellowship with the School of Pharmacy and the Department of Family and Community Medicine. In addition to instructing during his academic fellowship, he completed a Graduate Certificate of Public Health, practiced ambulatory care in Geriatrics at Froedtert Hospital, and additionally focused on community-engaged research. He continues to practice at Froedtert Hospital and helped establish their Population Health Guideline Directed Medication Therapy (GDMT) program. Dr. Dyer has invested time to uninsured patients in the Milwaukee area, practicing primary care as a Pharmacy Director for Saturday Clinic for the Uninsured and the Eastbrook Bread of Healing Clinic. His interest areas include heart failure and cardiovascular health, uninsured and underinsured patients, and social determinants of health.

Research Interests

Current Grants
• Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin (AHW) – “Leveraging Trusted Relationships Between Community and Farmers to Increase Healthy Food Access
• Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin (AHW) – “Jackson County Pathways Community Hub”
• Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin (AHW) – “Creative Care Institute for Dementia”

Clinical Expertise
• Ambulatory Care
• Chronic Diseases
• Geriatric Medicine
• Uninsured and Underinsured Patients
• Priority Populations
• Telehealth

Research Experience
• Community Engagement
• SGL2i Agents in the Geriatric Population
• Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease
• Food Insecurity
• Community Health Worker Utilization
• Interprofessional Education
• Pharmacist Employment

Research Interests
• Community Engagement
• Cardiovascular Health
• Chronic Disease Management
• Social Determinants of Health
• Interprofessional Education
• Safety-Net Clinics and Uninsured Populations
• Geriatric Medicine
• Academic Tools for Student Wellbeing and Success