The Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy is committed to preparing students for the many settings where pharmacists play a key role, from medical affairs to clinical research. To help train the next generation of innovators and leaders, we offer a number of fellowships for doctor of pharmacy graduates. We prepare pharmacists for careers in a wide variety of settings, including in academia, acute inpatient medicine, medical affairs and the biopharmaceutical industry.
Fellowship in Industry Program
Pacific’s Fellowship in Industry Program (FIP) was established in 2017 to provide exceptional pharmaceutical industry training for doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) graduates. The FIP currently offers six fellowships: two in partnership with Flow Therapy, three in partnership with Genentech and one in partnership with the United States Air Force.
Pharmacy Practice Fellowship
Pacific’s also offers a Pharmacy Practice Fellowship. This unique program is designed for those interested in a career in academia. Fellows are equipped for teaching through immersive experiences and gain formal research training, preparing them for independent research. Fellows also earn a master of science in pharmacoeconomics, health care outcomes and clinical services.
Study shows glucose levels can be different between left and right arm
In a novel study, Pacific researchers found the selection of either the right or left arm for continuous glucose monitoring device placement could potentially affect the glucose readings collected by the devices.
Research shows health benefits of plant-based meal kits
Results of a clinical trial showed a statistically significant reduction in both “bad” cholesterol and body weight when volunteers ate dinners made from a plant-based meal kit service compared to a non-plant-based meal kit.
Pacific partners with the United States Air Force to establish new fellowship
Kevin Pham ’20, PharmD was selected as the inaugural fellow for the 2-year clinical research and strategy fellowship in partnership with the United States Air Force.
Pharmacy alumnus helps trailblaze fellowship opportunities
Jeremy Lim ’12, PharmD and Sachin A. Shah, PharmD, FACC, FAHA, professor of pharmacy practice, teamed up to create the Fellowship in Industry Program.