Training

The University of Chicago Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacogenomics Training Program offers a verity of training that fits your career goals. Two-year opportunities include training in Clinical Therapeutics which is training in any of the broad area within clinical pharmacology and pharmacogenomics. This could, for example, include a clinical research project or wet laboratory from the areas on psychiatry to neurology.  Pharmacogenomics in Clinical Implementation provides research focused in the area of pharmacogenomics and pharmacogenomic of clinical implementation. Trainees will have the ability to develop clinical research expertise within an established research group with the University of Chicago Center for Personalized TherapeuticsClinical Therapeutics in Industry is provides focused academic work in clinical pharmacology and pharmacogenomics in the first year, followed by a year of training largely in an industry setting.  Lastly, we offer 4-year training in Clinical Therapeutics in Oncology.  This joins comprehensive fellowship training in the Section of Hematology/Oncology, Department of Medicine and in Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacogenomics. Trainees completing this program will develop expertise in cancer pharmacology and pharmacogenomics. If interested, an application must be received by the Section of Hematology/Oncology via ERA - click here.  Indicate your interest in the dual training program on the application.

All trainees will be eligible for board certification in Clinical Pharmacology through the American Board of Clinical Pharmacology. 

All training consists of protected time for mentored research activities.