Health Care Safety/Epidemiology, Health Economics/Outcomes Research, Pharmacoeconomics/Health Economics
The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) Center for Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomic Research offers two to four fellowships with emphases in outcomes research, pharmacoepidemiology, medication adherence, pharmacovigilance, and patient safety. Fellows typically spend one year at UIC and one year off site with the corporate sponsor. Fellows are expected to take coursework, which may be applied towards a MS or PhD degree. Knowledge and experience is gained evaluating economic, humanistic, and clinical outcomes of drug therapy. Presentation and publication of research in peer-reviewed venues is expected. The fellowships are designed to facilitate careers in academia, consulting, and pharmaceutical industry. Apply by November 24 for full consideration. More information regarding application and available fellowship positions is available at https://pharmacy.uic.edu/research/pharmacoepidemiology-pharmacoeconomic/training/fellowships.
PharmD, MD, PhD or similar clinical and/or research training is required.
The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) is the largest institution of higher learning in the Chicago area (with over 26,000 undergraduate, professional, and graduate students). UIC houses the health-related schools/colleges of the University of Illinois system.
The UIC campus is located just west of Chicago’s downtown that includes the Illinois Medical District, the world’s largest concentrat...ion of advanced public and private health care facilities.
Founded in 1859, The University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy is a leader in pharmaceutical
research, consistently ranking in the top five among US pharmacy schools in total NIH-sponsored research funding.