Clinical Pharmacology is accepting applications from all areas of translational research. Applications in the areas of OB/GYN, Pediatrics and Geriatrics are especially encouraged.
The Division of Clinical Pharmacology at the Indiana University School of Medicine seeks candidates with MD with residency training, PharmD and exceptional PhD degrees for a two or three year NIH-sponsored program of research training in Clinical Therapeutics and Personalized Medicine. This training will prepare fellows for a wide range of career opportunities and include careers as independent investigators in academia, in the pharmaceutical industry, or government (e.g., FDA). Candidates for NIH sponsorship must be US citizens or permanent residents. Trainees may be eligible for $35,000 of loan reimbursement per year during their training via the NIH Clinical Research Loan Reimbursement program. Salaries are competitive and based on the NIH scale for post-graduate training. A detailed description of the fellowship program is available here.
Please note that this form will initiate an application for fellowship. Your CV and a personal statement are required in order to submit your application.
The Indiana University Division of Clinical Pharmacology is committed to, and embraces, diversity in all forms. We encourage applications from diverse populations that are underrepresented in science and academia including racial and ethnic minorities, individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds and individuals with disabiilties. We are committed to providing an accessible and inclusive environment where all learners have access to our programs. The Division of Clinical Pharmacology encourages learners with disabilities to access all of the resources available to them, including registration with Adaptive Educational Services Office (AES) at https://aes.iupui.edu/index.html. The AES provides services to learners with all types of disabilities and collaborates with faculty and program directors to implement approved accommodations. Accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis taking into account documented need and student self-report. AES is a confidential resource for students to discuss their disability-related needs. For additional information contact Cheryl Weatherholt, Clinical Pharmacology Fellowship Coordinator at 317-274-2810 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Dominic Dorsey, Associate Director of Adaptive Educational Services Office at (317) 278-1580 or email him at email@example.com.
IUPUI is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action educator and employer and affords reasonable accommodations to persons with disabilities