About James Taylor
Dr. Taylor is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research at The University of Florida College of Pharmacy. He received his doctor of pharmacy degree from Ohio Northern University. Upon graduation, he completed an ASHP accredited Pharmacy Practice Residency at The Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Huntington, West Virginia. Subsequently, he completed a Family Medicine Residency at The University of Florida. Dr. Taylor serves as the Director of the Professional Practice Skills Lab series for The UF College of Pharmacy and also coordinates the third year lab courses. He also is responsible for oversight of the third and fourth year OSCEs. Dr. Taylor currently serves as the Pharmacy Director for the UF and Shands Anticoagulation Clinic. In past years he practiced in a family practice clinic and served as residency director for an Ambulatory Care Residency. Dr. Taylor has had an active role in the Laboratory Instructors SIG since 2016, serving as chair of the mentoring and networking committee for the past three years. He has presented at the AACP Annual Meeting on Lab SIG topics as well as lead Lab SIG webinars. He has given numerous other professional presentations on diabetes, anticoagulation and other primary care topics. He has also published extensively on primary care topics and educational topics such as OSCEs. Finally, he has served as Principal Investigator and Co-Principal Investigator for a number of clinical trials. Current research interests include assessing APPE readiness and anticoagulation. Finally, he is a certified diabetes educator and board certified ambulatory care pharmacist.