CPTS Fellowship Program
The objective of the Clinical Pharmacy Translational Science (CPTS) Post-Doctoral Fellowship is to provide focused, mentored experiential research training to post-graduates (PhD, PharmD, MD, etc.) with an interest in academic or research careers.
Program Alumni Profiles
Recent program graduates share their insight on what fellows can expect, their experience in the program, and how it impacted their career prospects.
Stephanie Flowers, PharmD, PhD, completed the CPTS Post-Doctoral Fellowship program in 2017. She joined the tenure-track faculty at the University of Illinois at Chicago in July of 2017.
Amy Pasternak, PharmD, recently completed the CPTS Post-Doctoral Fellowship program. Dr. Pasternak is currently a clinical assistant professor of pharmacy at the U-M College of Pharmacy and a clinical pharmacist with Michigan Medicine.
Soo Min Jang, PharmD, assistant professor of pharmacy practice at Loma Linda University School of Pharmacy, recently completed the CPTS Post-Doctoral Fellowship program at University of Michigan College of Pharmacy .
We offer a formalized 2-year curriculum that consists of 75% time conducting mentored research, a departmental seminar series, and teaching within our PharmD curriculum. Fellows will gain direct experience designing and conducting clinical-translational research, and preparing manuscripts and grants. These skills will be developed primarily through participation in ongoing research projects under the experienced mentorship of Clinical Pharmacy Faculty.
Our faculty conduct collaborative clinical-translational research that generally focuses within Precision Pharmacotherapy and Health Services Research. CPTS Fellows will be matched with a primary advisor from the below list of tenure-track faculty members.
Health Services Research
Applicants for the CPTS Post-Doctoral Fellowship with PhD degrees are preferred. Applicants with other degrees (i.e. PharmD, MD, etc.) and significant research and/or clinical experience are encouraged to apply. Most fellows begin the program in July. The application deadline is February 15, however, applications will be accepted at any time by submitting the following documents to UMCPTSFellow@umich.edu.
1. A letter of interest (indicating faculty advisers of interest, if possible)
2. Curriculum vitae
3. Unofficial academic transcripts
4. Three (3) letters of recommendation
Questions? Please e-mail UMCPTSFellow@umich.edu