The Drug Information Fellowship position at Touro College of Pharmacy in New York is a 12-month program designed to prepare the pharmacy professional interested in drug information or medical information career pathways. The drug information fellow will be based in our academic drug information center, with the opportunity to collaborate on projects with partner organizations. Throughout the program, the fellow will develop into a drug information specialist, acquiring advanced skills in medical information and drug information across various practice settings. The program also includes opportunities for experience in pharmacy education and academia through teaching and precepting student pharmacists at the College.
To schedule a PPS interview, interested candidates should submit their curriculum vitae, a letter of intent delineating goals for completing a drug information fellowship program, and a writing sample* to Dr. Anastasiya Shor.
*Preferred writing samples include a newsletter article, a Drug Information response, or your contribution to a written class project (if sharing the work does not violate HIPAA or other rules)
You must meet the following requirements to apply for the Drug Information Fellowship:
Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an ACPE-accredited College of Pharmacy
Licensure or eligibility for licensure to practice pharmacy in the State of New York
Individuals who have completed a PGY-1 pharmacy residency or a PGY-2 specialty residency and are interested in pursuing a career in drug information/medical information are highly encouraged to apply
Applicants without a PGY-1 residency will be interviewed based on their academic performance/experience
The Touro College of Pharmacy serves society through programs in pharmacy education, research and scholarship and by service to the community and the profession. The college strives to prepare students to be competent, caring and ethical professionals dedicated to providing care to patients and supporting the health care team. A compelling need exists for a program to educate the next generation of pharmacists on issues of health disparities and serving diverse populations. Increasing the number of minority health professionals and increasing the cultural awareness of the majority student population is a major thrust of the Touro College of Pharmacy in Harlem.
Reflecting the values of Touro College, the vision of the College of Pharmacy is to contribute to the building of a better society for all through improved health status of individuals and the community. This vision will be accomplished through adherence to the College of Pharmacy’s mission of increased educational opportunities to society as a whole and, more specifically, to the Harlem community through programs in pharmacy education, research and scholarship, and service to the community and the profes...sion. The College will strive to prepare students to be competent, caring, and ethical professionals dedicated to providing individualized care to patients, involved in community health, and supporting the health care team.