Jennifer Hoffman Ribowsky, MS, PA-C

Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Physician Assistant Education
Stony Brook University


Jennifer Hofmann Ribowsky received her BS in Physician Assistant Studies from St. John’s University in 1998.  She worked clinically in Family Practice/ Internal Medicine for several years while completing her MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2005.  She joined the faculty at Pace University in 2002, and she is an adjunct instructor in the Stony Brook University entry level Physician Assistant Program and Post-Professional Masters Program.

In the didactic portion of the entry-level PA program Professor Ribowsky teaches the Clinical Pharmacology course.  In the Post-Professional Masters program Ms. Ribowsky is responsible for the online Clinical Pharmacology Seminar.

At Pace University Ms. Ribowsky is a preclinical coordinator and course director for the Clinical Medicine, Pediatrics and Geriatrics courses as well as primary instructor for the Clinical Pharmacology courses.  Her major interests include mind mapping as a study tool, pharmacotherapeutics, problem-based learning and online learning in PA education.

Jennifer is married with two young sons who keep her very busy.  She enjoys outdoor activities and day trips with her family, exploring Long Island, swimming, and yoga for exercise and stress relief.