St. Jude provides robust educational opportunities for trainees in pharmacogenomics.

PGY2-Clinical Pharmacogenomics Residency

St. Jude is home to the first ASHP-accredited PGY2-Clinical Pharmacogenomics Residency. Our institution was instrumental in successfully petitioning then ASHP commission on credentialing to create this specialty PGY2-residency. The residents who train in this program have gone on to a variety of positions at other prestigious institutions.

First Jobs of Clinical Pharmacogenomics Residents After Residency:
  • Pharmacogenomics Specialist; CPIC
  • PhD Student; University of Pittsburgh
  • Precision Medicine Program Pharmacogenomics Fellow; UF Health
  • Pharmacogenomics Clinical Specialist; Cleveland Clinic
  • Clinical Assistant Professor; University of Michigan
  • Asst Professor and Director, Pharmacogenomics Clinic; Mass College of Pharmacy & Health Science
  • Director of Pharmacogenomics; NorthShore University Health System
  • Clinical Pharmacist, Personalized Medicine; Mission Health
  • Personalized Medicine Specialist; Moffitt Cancer Center

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Clinical Pharmacogenomics Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience

St. Jude offers a 4-week advanced pharmacy practice experience (APPE) in clinical pharmacogenomics to pharmacy students interested in gaining experience in the application of clinical pharmacogenomics in clinical care. The students will learn about the different tools necessary for integration of pharmacogenomics into routine patient care. Students will take part in patient and clinician education activities, providing pharmacogenomic drug information, and be introduced to quality improvement activities related to pharmacogenomics.


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