The University of Cincinnati Transplant pharmacy training program, housed in the College of Medicine, is looking for motivated, independent and innovative individuals to apply for fellowship training positions.
The overarching aim of our training program is to allow excellent practitioner trainees to develop specialized clinical skills and research abilities in adult abdominal solid organ transplantation and train future leaders in transplantation.
Rotations will include:
Inpatient/outpatient kidney and kidney/pancreas transplant service for 6 months
Inpatient/outpatient liver transplant service for 6 months
Other areas of opportunity may include hepatology, hepatobiliary, Israel Penn Transplant Tumor Registry (IPTTR), cardiac and bone marrow transplant (depends on individual interests and availability)
Teaching duties will include:
Didactic lecture in Transplant Lecture Series
Transplant medication education presentations to patients/recipients
Precepting pharmacy, medical and surgical students/residents/fellows on the organ transplant rotation
Additional opportunities available
Research activities will include:
Access to Masters in Clinical Research program upon application and acceptance.
At least one in-depth research project to be submitted to the American Transplant Congress annual meeting
Manuscript development and submission
Participation in on-going clinical research
Additional opportunities available as desired
Minimum required qualifications:
Completion of a PGY1 residency
Pharmacist licensure in Ohio
About University of Cincinnati - Transplant
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