The College of Pharmacy offers two types of post-doctoral training: fellowships and residencies. The Clinical Pharmacy Translational Sciences Post-Doctoral Fellowship is a formalized curriculum focused on mentored experiential research training. Residencies within the U-M Health System offer 10 one-month rotations in different departments.

Visit the College of Pharmacy Post-Graduate Training webpage for detailed information on how you can further your training within a mentored clinical translational program, and become an independent investigator with active research academic, industry or government program(s)!

The University of Michigan College of Pharmacy is excited to announce two new fellowships in clinical pharmacy: Primary Care and Cardiovascular.

These 2 year fellowships are paid and competitive opportunities for those having completed a PGY1 residency, or comparable ambulatory care experience.

Visit the College of Pharmacy Racial Equity to Advance Community Health - Clinical Pharmacy Fellowship webpage for detailed information.