The Texas A&M College of Pharmacy is looking to fill three ambulatory care positions!
The first position is for an ambulatory care specialist with a focus on precision medicine/pharmacogenomics. This is a joint position with College of Pharmacy and Texas A&M Physician's Clinic in Bryan, TX.
The second position is for a general ambulatory care specialist at an FQHC. This is a joint position with the College of Pharmacy and HealthPoint Clinic in Bryan, TX. *Spanish-speaking is required for this position.
The third position is for a general ambulatory care specialist at a VA clinic. This is joint position with the College of Pharmacy and the VA Specialty Clinic in Corpus Christi, TX
These are full-time non-tenure-track faculty positions. The positions will be at the Clinical Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor rank in the Department of Pharmacy Practice, in the area of ambulatory care or precision medicine and pharmacogenomics.
These positions require teaching, service, and research to the Department/College, the clinical sites, the profession, and the public. These positions provide opportunities for individuals with a strong commitment to an academic career, emphasizing innovative educational, service, and scholarly activities. Scholarly activity is required; clinical research, publication, and presentation activities are expected. The academic responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, participation in an interprofessional education program, education to students and residents.
The successful candidate must have a PharmD or other professional pharmacy degree from an accredited college/pharmacy school in the US. The candidate must be licensed as a pharmacist in Texas or be eligible for licensure by the Texas State Board of Pharmacy. Preference will be given to candidates with postdoctoral training in ambulatory care, precision medicine, and experience in clinical research, and extramural funding.
About Texas A&M College of Pharmacy
The Texas A&M Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy opened in 2006 to address the shortage of pharmacists in the border region of south Texas. Since then, we have established an exceptional, fully-accredited pharmacy program that prepares our diverse student body to be competent, caring, ethical Aggie pharmacists through a balanced program of education, research and service.