The Pharmacy Academic and Leadership (PAL) program is a structured two-year experience, offered through the UB SPPS Department of Pharmacy Practice (PHM), for candidates interested in a career as a non-tenure track (NTT) clinical faculty member. This program is designed for both entry-level pharmacists without postgraduate training and for pharmacists who have completed postgraduate training and/or who have experience in pharmacy practice.
The program is composed of FOUR core domains and the job responsibilities will be in:
The relative time spent in each domain will be tailored to the goals and experiences of each Postdoctoral Associate, to be determined at the initial assessment meeting with the program director. This program is designed to achieve the following objectives: To develop teaching skills through immersion in the didactic, experiential, and interprofessional education and curricular development; to develop research/scholarship skills through active engagement in research, grantsmanship, and presentation/publication of scholarly works; to develop leadership skills thorough engagement in school/departmental committees and professional organizations; and, to advance clinical practice skills through completion of clinical pharmacy experiences.
Outstanding Benefits Package
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Graduation from an ACPE-accredited college/school of pharmacy: The Postdoctoral Associate must have been awarded a PharmD within the past five years from the appointment. Candidates with a PharmD degree must be licensed, or eligible for licensure in NY State.
Completion of a postgraduate-year-1 ASHP-accredited postgraduate pharmacy residency or a pharmacy-related postgraduate fellowship; Completion of a postgraduate-year-2 ASHP-accredited postgraduate pharmacy residency.