The University of Florida College of Pharmacy Clinical Pharmacogenetics Fellowship is a two-year program within the Precision Medicine Program for professionals who have completed a PGY-1 residency or have three years of experience. The fellowship prepares trainees for a career focused in implementation of pharmacogenetics in clinical practice settings, academia, industry or the FDA.
Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an ACPE-accredited institution
Florida Pharmacist license in good standing; or eligibility for such
PGY1 or PGY2 pharmacy residency
Board-certification (e.g., BCPS or BCACP)
About University of Florida College of Pharmacy
The University of Florida College of Pharmacy and its practice partners are committed to developing leaders in the pharmacy profession through our residency and fellowship programs. Our in-depth training is designed to help residents and fellows develop knowledge and advanced clinical skills, while building confidence as a clinician and a contributing member of the health care team.
Supported by the UF College of Pharmacy, one of the nation’s top 5 pharmacy colleges, and UF Health, the Southeast’s most comprehensive academic health system, our residency and fellowship programs offer a breadth of training in various hospital and clinical environments. Our 12-month residency programs and 24-month fellowships helps pharmacists develop specific areas of interest through rotations and specialized training. In addition, residents and fellows participate in research and academic projects and attend local and national meetings.
Graduates of our nationally recognized programs have established careers in hospitals, ambulatory care settings and academic institutions. Discover how our residency and fellowship programs can help achieve career goals and form the foundation for a meaningful career in pharmacy.