Pharmacogenomics Biomedical Informatics Fellowship

MCPHS/Children's Hospital/Harvard University – Pharmacogenomics Biomedical Informatics Fellowship

The Fellowship in Pharmacogenomics and Biomedical Informatics is a 2 year program in conjunction with Children’s Hospital, Harvard University, and MCPHS University. The fellow must be a PharmD graduate of MCPHS University. As an employee of MCPHS University, the fellow will work with Harvard University and Children’s Hospital on the “Safe Medications for Kids Project.” The fellow will be responsible as the primary point of contact representing MCPHS University on the project, spending 80 – 85% of their time with Harvard University and Children’s Hospital. The fellow will spend 15–20% of their time working on scholarly activities, publishing papers and articles, teaching students in the BS in Biomedical Informatics Program, assisting in the PGx lectures for the 5th year pharmacy students, and acting as a liaison between MCPHS University and the Harvard Biomedical Informatics Program.

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