The PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Residency Program at UAB Hospital is designed to prepare graduates to be pharmacy specialists in the care of patients with infectious diseases. Residents will also develop the knowledge and skills necessary to be integral members of an antimicrobial stewardship program and to contribute to public health efforts to reduce the spread of antimicrobial resistance and vaccine-preventable diseases. In addition to qualifying the resident for clinical pharmacy specialist positions in infectious diseases or faculty areas, graduates will be prepared to sit for the Board Certification Exam in Infectious Diseases Pharmacy upon successful completion of the program.
PGY2 Infectious Diseases Residency Program Director – Matt Brown, PharmD, BCPS, BCIDP email@example.com
PGY2 Salary and Benefits
Time off around the holidays
Health and accident Insurance
Support to attend residency related professional conferences
Letter of intent – A one-page letter stating future career goals and explaining how the UAB Pharmacy Residency Program can help with the achievement of these goals
3 references (PhORCAS forms required, letters optional)
At least two of these should be direct patient care rotation preceptors
Photograph of the applicant
Pharmacy school transcript
About University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Hospital
The UAB Department of Pharmacy consists of an extensive inpatient practice, ambulatory care, education and development, therapeutic policy management, and informatics areas. Each division is specialized and sub-specialized serving the needs of our diverse patient populations. Working together to support pharmacy operations, approximately 180 pharmacists and 125 technicians provide high-quality patient care through teamwork and clinical expertise. With the wide variety of practice opportunities, pharmacists have many unique career options available to them at UAB.