Dr. Clobes spent over 20 years in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries, bringing relevant real-world experience to the classroom. His research interests range from diabetes patient adherence to health policy and clinical use of medical cannabis. His education includes a B.S. in Biology, a B.S. in Psychology, an M.S. in Administration, and a Ph.D. in Health Sciences. Dr. Clobes has been teaching in various formats since 2009.
PhD, Rutgers University
MS, University of Maryland School of Pharmacy
Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times, Board Member -
Awards / Honors
Recognition for Best Practices in Service Learning, California State University Channel Islands, 2018
Hero for Healing Candidate, Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times, 2017
Clobes, T. (2022). Introduction to the United States Healthcare System.
Clobes, T. (2017). Visual Reminders and patient compliance of type 2 diabetes. Journal of Diabestes and Metabolism
Clobes, T. (2023). Artificial intelligence for accessibility and inclusion.
Clobes, T. (2023). OER for social justice: Removing barriers for historically underserved college students..
Longo, B. A., Alonge, H., Clobes, T., Spivey-Brown, G. (2017). Impact of huddles on safety culture in long-term care: an action research case study. . American Public Health Association