OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center is proud to initiate a PGY2 Oncology Pharmacy residency. This program will build on learned experiences to produce a clinical oncology pharmacist integral to the care of oncology patients.
Required: Pharm.D. from an accredited school of pharmacy and completion of an ASHP-accredited PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program. Oklahoma Pharmacist licensure is required no later than October 1.
Interested candidates should submit a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, transcripts and three letters of reference via PhORCAS. The deadline of submission is January 4.
The selection of candidates will be made based on the consensus of the Residency Advisory Board, the Director of Pharmacy and the Residency Director. Selected applicants are requested to visit for on-site interviews during January and February.
OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center at the University of Oklahoma is the only National Cancer Institute-Designated Cancer Center in Oklahoma. Less than 2 percent of cancer centers nationally have earned this prestigious and highly competitive accreditation for outstanding patient care and research. OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center is the largest oncology practice in the state, with more than 70 board-certified oncology physicians and a large team of advanced providers and supportive care specialists delivering the highest standard of patient-centered, multidisciplinary care for every type of cancer. OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center currently ranks number one among all cancer centers in the nation for the number of patients participating in NCI-sponsored treatment trials, and it is one of only 30 lead centers in the NCI’s National Clinical Trials Network.
The Stephenson Cancer Center is Oklahoma’s leading cancer research organization, with more than 100 research scientists working to eliminate cancer through conducting innovative basic, clinical and population-based research. These researchers are working on 225 cancer research projects supported by $44 million in annual grant... funding from the National Institutes of Health and other sponsors. With a legislatively mandated mission to provide statewide leadership in addressing Oklahoma’s cancer burden, the Stephenson Cancer Center supports numerous outreach, education and screening programs in partnership with the Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust, the American Cancer Society, the Susan G. Komen Foundation and Oklahoma’s Tribal Nations among many other aligned organizations.