This NIH-funded fellowship is a research-intensive, 2-year program that is part of a large, multidisciplinary effort focused on combination antimicrobial therapy to overcome development of antimicrobial resistance.
The fellow will learn in vitro microbiology techniques, animal models, in-depth computational analysis, and clinical research skills. Grant and manuscript preparation skills will be developed, and the fellow will be expected to lead and develop at least one independent research project during fellowship.
PGY1 and PGY2 (ID) training preferred. Interested applicants should reach out to Vincent Tam at VHTam@Central.UH.EDU.
About University of Houston College of Pharmacy
The University of Houston College of Pharmacy combines the opportunities and experiences of the Texas Medical Center’s world-class healthcare community with resources of the University of Houston, the state's premier urban teaching and research university, to offer its students the best possible education. The UH College of Pharmacy aspires to foster a commitment to lifelong learning and an environment where students develop the knowledge, attitudes and skills consistent with the high standards of their profession and/or scientific field.