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Luigi Brunetti

Luigi Brunetti

Dr. Brunetti received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Saint Peter’s College in 2000 and completed his Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy in 2006.  He subsequently completed a specialized residency in Drug Information Practice at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital.  Dr. Brunetti completed his Master in Public Health degree with a concentration in epidemiology in 2012. He is currently a Clinical Associate Professor of Pharmacy at Rutgers University with a practice site at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) Somerset.  He lectures in several courses ranging in content from men’s health to neurologic disease.  Dr. Brunetti serves as a preceptor for both Internal Medicine and Anticoagulation Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiential learning clerkships for Rutgers University Doctor of Pharmacy Students.  He is an advocate for interdisciplinary education and incorporates his practice and clerkship students into the Family Medicine Residency Program at RWJUH Somerset.  Dr. Brunetti is actively involved in several national and state level organizations.  He has several publications and is actively involved in research.  His research interests includes the evaluation of pharmacotherapy in special populations (elderly and obese subjects), medication safety, and cardiometabolic syndrome.  Dr. Brunetti is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist and a Certified Geriatric Pharmacist.

Recent Contributions to PracticeUpdate:

  1. Dabigatran Safe for Stroke Prevention in the Elderly