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Elmer M. and Joy B. Plein Fellowship for Excellence in Pharmacy Education

The University of Washington School of Pharmacy is please to announce the availability of the Elmer M. and Joy B. Plein Fellowship for Excellence in Pharmacy Education. The purpose of the fellowship is to provide fellows with the opportunity to acquire research and teaching skills needed to become outstanding faculty.

The scope of the fellowship may address research and teaching efforts of the Department of Pharmacy, Medicinal Chemistry and/or Pharmaceutics depending on the interests of the successful candidate. Wide ranging research opportunities are available in the following areas with an emphasis on therapeutics; drug metabolism, drug interactions, pharmacogenetics, pharmacokinetics, pharmacoeconomics and pharmacoepidemiology.

Candidate qualifications include a PharmD with a residency or prior fellowship training or a PhD. Applicants need to demonstrate career goals consistent with a commitment to becoming faculty in a School of Pharmacy. The duration of the fellowship is one year with possibility of renewal for a second year. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. The applicant pool will be evaluated by a committee composed of faculty from the Departments of Pharmacy, Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmaceutics.

Applicants should submit a cover letter outlining their career objectives; curriculum vitae and names, addresses and telephone numbers for three references. The start date for the position is July 1.

Applications should be sent to:

Gail D. Anderson, PhD
Professor of Pharmacy and Chair,
Elmer M. and Joy B. Plein Fellowship for Excellence in Pharmacy Education Fellowship Committee
University of Washington, School of Pharmacy
Box 357630
Seattle, WA 98195
Fax: (206) 543-3835
Email: gaila@uw.edu

Academic Programs

PharmD Program

The School of Pharmacy offers a four year program leading to the entry-level Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree. The curriculum of the PharmD Program is designed to provide students with the scientific background and clinical skills necessary to render pharmaceutical care in a changing health care system. The limited class enrollment allows for individualized attention from instructors while still enjoying the benefits of attending a large university. Click here for more information.

PhD in Pharmaceutical Outcomes Research & Policy Program (PORPP)         

This graduate program in Pharmaceutical Sciences offers advanced study in the disciplines essential to evaluating the relationship between pharmaceuticals, medical care, and health and economic outcomes. The field of pharmaceutical outcomes research is concerned with broader outcomes than simply the desired biological or physiological effects of pharmaceuticals, such as long-term morbidity, quality of life, and cost effectiveness. In addition, the need for better information about the economics and societal implications of drug therapy has fostered a growing interest in pharmaceutical policy research. Click here for more information.

Master of Science in Biomedical Regulatory Affairs (BRAMS)

The University of Washington's Master of Science in Biomedical Regulatory Affairs, offered by the UW School of Pharmacy in partnership with UW Educational Outreach, addresses a growing need for well-trained professionals in the regulatory field. The degree will serve those who wish to advance their careers in the medical products industry or those entering the field from related areas. Click here for more information.

Geriatric Pharmacy Program

The School of Pharmacy's Program in Geriatrics encompasses training, research, and service with focus on the optimal use of pharmacotherapy in older adults.

Certificate Programs

The Plein Certificate in Geriatric Pharmacy
This program was created to help train a select group of pharmacy students and practicing pharmacists to become pharmacotherapy specialists in providing care to older patients. The Plein Certificate is an 15-credit program that can be earned while in the PharmD program or as a practicing pharmacist.
 
Certificates Offered Through Extension Courses - Certificate Program in Biomedical Regulatory Affairs
This nine-month program is designed for individuals seeking an introductory or expanded understanding of regulatory affairs for the drug and medical device industry, and for others seeking training for positions in the field. Program participants gain a comprehensive overview of the knowledge and skills necessary to be an effective regulatory affairs and compliance specialist. Such specialists oversee the design, development testing and production of drugs, biotechnology-derived therapeutics, or medical devices. Click here for more information on the Certficate Program in Biomedical Regulatory Affairs

Certificate Program in Clinical Trials
Please Note: This is not available for academic credit

This program introduces participants to the fundamental scientific, ethical, practical, regulatory and economic concepts underlying clinical trials. While specifically designed for those entering the field of clinical trials, clinical research coordinators and clinical research associates also benefit from the program's comprehensive approach. The program may be helpful to individuals preparing for professional certification examinations. Click here for more information on the Certificate Program in Clinical Trials.
 

Fellowship in Immunology Therapeutics/Solid Organ Transplantation

Preceptor: Mary F. Hebert, PharmD
Institution: University of Washington
Specialty: Immunology Therapeutics/Solid Organ Transplantation
Length: Two years
Stipend: $40,000
Degree Required: PharmD
Additional Training Required: Residency
Start Date: August 1

This post-doctoral fellowship is designed to train the individual to establish an independent and collaborative progressive research practice in Immunology Therapeutics and Solid Organ Transplantation. Research activities include: protocol design, study coordination, data collection, HPLC analysis, microsomal incubations, data analysis, presentation of results and manuscript preparation. Polymerase chain reaction analysis and cell culture technique may also be involved. Opportunities for additional coursework and teaching experience is also available.

Contact: Mary F. Hebert, PharmD University of Washington
Department of Pharmacy
Box 357630
Seattle, WA 98195
Phone: (206) 616-5016
Fax: (206) 543-3835
mhebert@uw.edu
 

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