The Department of Pharmacy Services at the University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers is recruiting applicants for a one-year ASHP accredited PGY2 Residency in Infectious Diseases.
The ID PGY2 residency at the University of Michigan provides a balanced training program focused on patient care, clinical research and teaching. The program offers the opportunity to receive mentoring from 3 adult ID pharmacists, 2 pediatric ID pharmacists and 2 tenure track faculty ID pharmacists.
Recruitment Plan 2021-2022
We are planning on attending virtual ASHP Midyear. We will be represented at the Residency Showcase on Monday, December 6th from 1-4 PM ET. Please check back on PPS details and other virtual options.
The goal of the program is to develop a well-rounded clinical ID pharmacist with experience in treating a variety of patient populations. Additionally, the emphasis on didactic teaching and clinical outcomes research provide exceptional training for residents to enhance their skills as a clinical specialist, or pursue a non-tenure track faculty position.
Required Clinical Rotations:
Pediatric ID Consult
Transplant ID Consult
Elective Clinical Rotations:
Solid Organ Transplantation
Bone Marrow Transplantation
Additional Longitudinal Activities
Regional ID Resident Journal Club
Committee participation in Antimicrobial Stewardship, Antibiotic Subcommittee, Infection Control Committee and Microbiology Workgroup
Ambulatory ID-HIV Clinic
- Staffing approximately every third weekend
- One major holiday (5-day block)
- One minor holiday
On Call Responsibility
Serves as on-call back up for the PGY-1 residents during their week on call, alternating with all other PGY-2 residents
Research and Publications Opportunity
Through the research and writing requirements of the program, all residents have the potential to produce at least two manuscripts suitable for peer-reviewed publication by the end of the residency. Additionally, the ID resident typically has the opportunity to collaborate on additional publications (research or review articles), and most residents have multiple publications.
Residents will receive a faculty appointment as Adjunct Clinical Instructor with the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy, and are required to complete a longitudinal rotation in didactic teaching for the Pharmacotherapy Course for P3 students, which includes the Infectious Diseases section of therapeutics. Additionally, the ID resident will have the opportunity to teach in several other classes and gain experience in didactic lectures, small group classes, and team based learning. The resident will be expected to co-precept P4 students on rotation.
Residency Director Information
Jerod Nagel, PharmD, BCIDP
Department of Pharmacy
1111 E. Catherine St, Room 300
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5008
Phone: (734) 936-2264
Sam Aitken, PharmD, MPH, BCIDP
Greg Eschenauer, PharmD, BCPS (AQID)
Kristin Klein, PharmD, FPPAG
Nick Dillman, PharmD
Jason Pogue, PharmD, BCPS, BCIDP
Program Assessment Strategy
The program is structured in accordance with the ASHP Accreditation Standards and ASHP Educational Outcomes, Goals, and Objectives for a PGY1 Pharmacy and PGY2 Health-System Pharmacy Administration residency and utilizes the Residency Learning System model. This program has a four-part assessment strategy of learning experiences: resident evaluation of learning experience, resident evaluation of preceptor, resident self-evaluation, and preceptor evaluation of the resident’s performance during the learning experience.
Please check out the F.A.Q. for application deadlines and interview dates.