About Us

The Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacogenomics Program is in its 42nd year of training MD, MD/PhD, PharmD and PhD graduates interested in:

personalized medicine


new drug development

classical clinical pharmacology

genetics of drug abuse

clinical trial design

Our training program will offer you:

formal coursework in clinical pharmacology and pharmacogenomics

routine interaction with peers and faculty in your field

a well-mentored educational experience

essential knowledge and skills related to pharmacology

clinical experience

opportunities to learn latest experimental techniques

experience in presenting research results

Board eligibility in Clinical Pharmacology

possibilities for joint fellowship in a variety of areas

General Information

Stipends are determined by years of experience and go according to NIH guidelines. Click here to view current rates.

Trainees are eligible to receive selected University benefit options, including health care insurance and are entitled to compensated leave time including vacation, designated University holidays and sick days.