The University of Michigan is world renowned for the excellence of its academic programs. The College of Pharmacy, established in 1876 and the first such unit within a state-supported university, is part of the University’s Division of Health Sciences, along with our nationally recognized schools of medicine, nursing, and public health.

The College of Pharmacy offers two types of post-doctoral training: fellowships and residencies. The Clinical Translational Pharmaceutical Sciences Post-Doctoral Fellowship is a formalized curriculum focused on mentored experiential research training. Residencies within the U-M Health System offer 10 one-month rotations in different departments.

The objective of the Clinical Translational Pharmaceutical Sciences Post-Doctoral Fellowship is to provide mentored experiential research training to post-graduates with an interest in academic research careers. We offer a formalized 2-year curriculum that consists of a mentored research experience with 75% time in research, a departmental seminar series, and teaching in our PharmD curriculum. Fellows will gain direct experience in study design, data acquisition, data analysis, data interpretation, manuscript preparation and grant writing. These skills will be developed primarily through participation in ongoing research projects, under the supervision of experienced mentors (Click names to view profiles of CTPS research faculty mentors: Amy Barton PaiPeggy Carver, Antoinette CoeVicki Ellingrod, Steven Erickson, Karen B. FarrisDaniel Hertz, Jasmine LuzumBruce Mueller, Amit PaiKathleen Stringer and Haojie Zhu. Our faculty conduct collaborative research in a world-renown University and academic health center. Their research spans the diversity of disciplines in pharmaceutical science and many disease states with a particular focus in oncology, cardiology, nephrology and pulmonology. Although the majority of time will be devoted to research activities, the fellows will participate in a didactic seminar focused on professional development and will have the opportunity to develop their teaching skills within the professional program. 

We are seeking highly qualified, motivated applicants with PharmD and/or PhD degrees who want to further their training within a mentored clinical translational program to become independent investigators with active research programs. Individuals who are interested in furthering their training in preparation for academic, industry or government research careers are encouraged to apply by submitting a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, academic transcripts, and 3 letters of recommendation by email to: ctpsfellow@umich.edu by January 15.

As part of the world-class University of Michigan Health System (UMHS), the Department of Pharmacy Services has high standards for service, education, and research. The Health System and the College of Pharmacy are each ranked in the top tier of institutions nationwide, and our residency program has received ASHP recognition. Residents will have the opportunity to learn from some of the leading practitioners in the world. UMHS integrates the outstanding services of University Hospital (a Level I trauma center), C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, Von Voigtlander Women's Hospital, and an ambulatory care network that handles an annual volume of over 1.6 million patient visits. 

The residency program at the University of Michigan has a rich history, being one of the first accredited pharmacy residency training programs in the nation. We continue this legacy with training that strives to provide each resident the opportunity to develop practice skills, expand his or her knowledge, and gain experience in an environment that promotes excellence and innovation. 

We hope that you will consider the University of Michigan for your residency training experience! 

Learn more by visiting the Pharmacy Residency Program FAQ and Pharmacy Residency Program Site Map

The University of Michigan is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Fellowships

The objective of the Clinical Translational Pharmaceutical Sciences Post-Doctoral Fellowship is to provide mentored experiential research training to post-graduates with an interest in academic research careers. We offer a formalized 2-year curriculum that consists of a mentored research experience with 75% time in research, a departmental seminar series, and teaching in our PharmD curriculum. Fellows will gain direct experience in study design, data acquisition, data analysis, data interpretation, manuscript preparation and grant writing. These skills will be developed primarily through participation in ongoing research projects, under the supervision of experienced mentors (Click names to view profiles of CTPS research faculty mentors: Amy Barton PaiPeggy Carver, Antoinette CoeVicki Ellingrod, Steven Erickson, Karen B. FarrisDaniel Hertz, Jasmine LuzumBruce Mueller, Amit PaiKathleen Stringer and Haojie Zhu. Our faculty conduct collaborative research in a world-renown University and academic health center. Their research spans the diversity of disciplines in pharmaceutical science and many disease states with a particular focus in oncology, cardiology, nephrology and pulmonology. Although the majority of time will be devoted to research activities, the fellows will participate in a didactic seminar focused on professional development and will have the opportunity to develop their teaching skills within the professional program. 

We are seeking highly qualified, motivated applicants with PharmD and/or PhD degrees who want to further their training within a mentored clinical translational program to become independent investigators with active research programs. Individuals who are interested in furthering their training in preparation for academic, industry or government research careers are encouraged to apply by submitting a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, academic transcripts, and 3 letters of recommendation by email to: ctpsfellow@umich.edu by January 15.

Residencies

As part of the world-class University of Michigan Health System (UMHS), the Department of Pharmacy Services has high standards for service, education, and research. The Health System and the College of Pharmacy are each ranked in the top tier of institutions nationwide, and our residency program has received ASHP recognition. Residents will have the opportunity to learn from some of the leading practitioners in the world. UMHS integrates the outstanding services of University Hospital (a Level I trauma center), C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, Von Voigtlander Women's Hospital, and an ambulatory care network that handles an annual volume of over 1.6 million patient visits. 

The residency program at the University of Michigan has a rich history, being one of the first accredited pharmacy residency training programs in the nation. We continue this legacy with training that strives to provide each resident the opportunity to develop practice skills, expand his or her knowledge, and gain experience in an environment that promotes excellence and innovation. 

We hope that you will consider the University of Michigan for your residency training experience! 

Learn more by visiting the Pharmacy Residency Program FAQ and Pharmacy Residency Program Site Map

The University of Michigan is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Friday, September 20, 2013
Friday, September 20, 2013