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NIH–funded University of Houston College of Pharmacy Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Fellowship with focus on Microbiome/C. difficile studies

29 Nov 2018 9:20 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Contact information and to apply:
Kevin W. Garey, PharmD, MS, FASHP, Professor and Chair
kgarey@uh.edu

Description:

This is a research intensive 2-year fellowship program as part of a large, multidisciplinary focus to better understand the systems biology of C. difficile and microbiome effects associated with antimicrobials.  The fellow will learn in vitro microbiology techniques, molecular biology including PCR and DNA sequencing, and clinical research skills including execution of prospective cohort studies and clinical trials.  Grant and manuscript preparation skills will be developed and the fellow will be expected to lead and develop at least one independent research project.  PGY1/PGY2(ID) preferred but PGY1 with experience in infectious disease would also qualify.

More about the University of Houston College of Pharmacy Department of Pharmacy Practice and Translational Research:

The University of Houston College of Pharmacy Department of Pharmacy Practice and Translational Research is made up of 31 full-time faculty members.  The vision of the department is to be a leader in pharmacy and postgraduate education through excellence in translational, clinical and outcomes research.  We are currently screening for three postdoctoral fellowship programs with an emphasis in infectious diseases.  Opportunities to take graduate coursework, teach pharmacy students and residents (didactic and experiential), and travel to major international scientific meetings are incorporated into each of these three fellowship programs.



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