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Assistant/Associate Professor - Pharmacogenomics

Position Description:

 
The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) School of Pharmacy is seeking qualified candidates for an Assistant/Associate Professor faculty appointment in the area of Pharmacogenomics. This full-time, 12-month, position is located at the main MCW campus in Milwaukee, WI.

Position
This position provides the incumbent the opportunity to build a number of initiatives. First and foremost is establishing a clinical pharmacogenomics program that brings pharmacogenomics implementation into routine clinical practice in collaboration with clinical partners of MCW (i.e., Froedtert Hospital, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, and the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center) and the respective departments of pharmacy. The faculty will be expected to develop post-graduate training programs (i.e. fellowships) and educational tracks in the doctor of pharmacy curriculum as well as Masters level programming in the School of Pharmacy. Core responsibilities of this position include:

  • Participate in the scholarship of discovery, application, integration, and teaching, in areas appropriate to precision medicine and clinical pharmacogenomics, which advances the mission of the School and MCW.
  • Embark upon launching a clinical pharmacogenomics program in conjunction with partnering departments of pharmacy.
  • Lead the introduction of a clinical pharmacogenomics program in a specified patient population.
  • Establish an area of fundable research related to clinical pharmacogenomics.
  • Collaborate with various MCW programs to mentor pharmacy, medical, and graduate students in research.
  • Collaboratively develop and deliver pharmaceutical sciences education in the doctor of pharmacy program that may include pharmacology, immunology, pharmacogenomics, and pharmacotherapeutics.
  • Engage in innovative teaching methods with an emphasis on interprofessional/interdisciplinary education that includes lectures, asynchronous content delivery, demonstrations, group activities, etc.
  • Contribute to service in the School, MCW, and the profession/discipline.
  • Provide mentoring and advising to students throughout the curriculum.

Position Requirements: 

Qualifications

Applicants must have earned a PhD, MD, or PharmD or equivalent degrees in a field related to Pharmacy, Pharmacology or Pharmacogenomics. Pharmacists or physicians must be eligible for licensure in Wisconsin. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of three years with expertise or background in clinical pharmacogenomics applications. The primary faculty appointment will be in the Clinical Sciences Department of the School of Pharmacy with a plausible secondary appointment in another academic unit of MCW. In addition, candidates should have the ability to collaborate with faculty and academic leaders to sustain a culture attentive to interprofessional education, have demonstrated organizational, interpersonal and group communication skills, and be active in professional organizations. Candidates who have research, grant writing and publication experience in clinical pharmacogenomics will be given priority. Faculty rank, academic appointments, and salary are commensurate with qualifications and experience. 

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Assistant Professor Pharmacy Administration and Regulatory Sciences

Position Description:

The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) School of Pharmacy is seeking qualified candidates for an Assistant Professor faculty position in Pharmacy Administration and Regulatory Sciences with a co-appointment as a Research Oversight Program Director. This full-time, calendar year, position is located at the main MCW campus in Milwaukee, WI.

Opportunity

This faculty position provides unique and exciting opportunities to shape not only a new and innovative pharmacy program, but also to be immersed in vibrant academic health science campus that continues to advance its research mission through several Departments, Centers and Institutes. Collaborative opportunities exist within and beyond MCW to develop partnerships which accelerate discovery, with the goal of improving health for all.

School of Pharmacy faculty members are expected to develop, coordinate, and teach course content in an integrated Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum and conduct research. Core responsibilities of this position include:

  • Collaboratively develop and deliver pharmacy education in the Doctor of Pharmacy program that may include population health, pharmacoeconomics, pharmacoepidemiology, health care delivery, quality improvement, and regulatory sciences.
  • Engage in innovative teaching methods with an emphasis on interprofessional/interdisciplinary education that includes lectures, asynchronous content delivery, demonstrations, group activities, etc.
  • Contribute to a research portfolio in regulatory sciences, public health, population health, health outcomes, pharmacoepidemiology, or a related field that advances the mission of the School and MCW. 
  • Collaborate with other MCW programs to mentor pharmacy, medical, and graduate students in research.
  • Contribute to academic service in the School, MCW, and the profession/discipline.
  • Provide mentoring to pharmacy students throughout the curriculum.

This role is also a member of the Medical College of Wisconsin’s Office of Research team and will serve as the Research Oversight Program Director.  This role will serve as the regulatory expert to support the early-stage development of Investigator-initiated clinical research at the Medical College of Wisconsin. A chief duty of this role will be to guide investigators and their teams in the process of how their new discoveries, novel technologies, such as cell therapies, new or investigational drugs, devices and therapies should be disclosed, used, protected, and further developed. This role will provide guidance and education on regulations and function as an advisor between investigators, sponsors, research team members and regulatory agencies. Primary Functions within MCW’s Office of Research include:

  • Partner with Office of Technology Development as a project consultant to help manage early stage invention disclosures and patent applications for promising IND/IDE inventions to achieve the next critical steps in their development
  • Provide guidance and direction in regard to pharmacy regulations, and MCW SOP’s in relationship to the use of investigational articles.
  • Develop effective working relationships with applicable stakeholders to ensure pharmacy regulations are incorporated into research at MCW is conducted in compliance and meets quality standards.
  • Advise the Director/Assistant Director of the Human Research Protection Program and/or IRB Chairs on the review components for Pharmacy regulated submissions.
  • Create and maintain a tracking database, including IND/IDE registration; submission and annual report dates; IND/IDE training compliance; HUD, Treatment Use, Emergency Use, Compassionate Use submissions and internal and compliance inspections and results.
  • Identify, develop, implement, disseminate and continuously review standards, procedures, workflows, guidance, tools, and training methodologies to ensure Pharmacy regulated research is conducted in accordance to regulations and institutional policies.
  • Serve as an Institutional Review Board Committee Chairperson
  • Advance the development, delivery, and dissemination of Pharmacy compliance educational/training initiatives locally.
  • Participate in local, regional, national committees and workgroups as appointed/requested.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements:

Qualifications

Applicants must have earned a PharmD, PhD, MD, or equivalent degrees in a field related to Pharmacy, Pharmacology or Pharmacoeconomics. Pharmacists or physicians must be eligible for licensure in Wisconsin. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of three years with expertise or background in pharmacy administration and regulatory sciences. The primary faculty appointment will be in the Clinical Sciences Department of the School of Pharmacy with a plausible secondary appointment in another academic unit of MCW. In addition, candidates should have the ability to collaborate with faculty and academic leaders to sustain a culture attentive to interprofessional education, have demonstrated organizational, interpersonal and group communication skills, and be active in professional organizations. Candidates who experience in Investigator-initiated clinical research including IRB and Pharmacy regulations will be given priority. Faculty rank, academic appointments, and salary are commensurate with qualifications and experience.

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Post-Graduate Year 1 Resident in Community-Based Pharmacy Residency - Good Value Pharmacy

The MCW School of Pharmacy is seeking qualified candidates for a Post-Graduate Year 1 Resident in Community- Based Pharmacy Residency. The 1-year full-time residency, beginning on July 1, 2021, is based at the MCW School of Pharmacy with a clinical practice site at Good Value Pharmacy. 

Participate in intensive patient care and faculty development experiences that will prepare you as a community-based primary care pharmacist and academic leader, to ensure access to high quality, innovative primary care services, reduce health disparities and promote community wellness. We’ll prepare you for a successful community based pharmacy and academic career, with:

  • Progressive practice sites to develop the pharmacist of the future 
  • Participation in comprehensive patient care, including medication therapy management (MTM), physical assessment, and immunizations and other injectable medication experience 
  • Academic experience through didactic, practical and experiential education 
  • Certifications including: Teaching Certificate, WPQC (MTM) Training, NACDS Point of Care Testing, Physical Assessment Training, Mental Health First Aid Training, and more

You will address social and economic determinants of health, and work to optimize delivery of care to patients in the community. Collaborate directly with interprofessional health care providers and scientists with expertise in population health management, patient-centered care and chronic disease state management. 
Residents hold a faculty appointment at the rank of Instructor, and receive: 

  • A competitive stipend and benefits, including health coverage, paid holidays, vacation and personal days 
  • Travel funds 
  • Support of a network of productive faculty and peers 
  • Individualized clinical and teaching experiences, research training, and mentorship to meet your unique needs and interests 

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Pharmacy Degree
  • Eligibility for licensure to practice pharmacy in the state of Wisconsin
  • Commitment to a career in community-based pharmacy practice
  • Residents must be U.S. citizens or permanent

 

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Post-Graduate Year 1 Residency in Community-Based Pharmacy Residency - Evergreen Pharmacy

The MCW School of Pharmacy is seeking qualified candidates for a Post-Graduate Year 1 Resident in Community- Based Pharmacy Residency. The 1-year full-time residency, beginning on July 1, 2021, is based at the MCW School of Pharmacy with a clinical practice site at Evergreen Pharmacy 

Participate in intensive patient care and faculty development experiences that will prepare you as a community-based primary care pharmacist and academic leader, to ensure access to high quality, innovative primary care services, reduce health disparities and promote community wellness. We’ll prepare you for a successful community based pharmacy and academic career, with:

  • Progressive practice sites to develop the pharmacist of the future 
  • Participation in comprehensive patient care, including medication therapy management (MTM), physical assessment, and immunizations and other injectable medication experience 
  • Academic experience through didactic, practical and experiential education 
  • Certifications including: Teaching Certificate, WPQC (MTM) Training, NACDS Point of Care Testing, Physical Assessment Training, Mental Health First Aid Training, and more

You will address social and economic determinants of health, and work to optimize delivery of care to patients in the community. Collaborate directly with interprofessional health care providers and scientists with expertise in population health management, patient-centered care and chronic disease state management. 
Residents hold a faculty appointment at the rank of Instructor, and receive: 

  • A competitive stipend and benefits, including health coverage, paid holidays, vacation and personal days 
  • Travel funds 
  • Support of a network of productive faculty and peers 
  • Individualized clinical and teaching experiences, research training, and mentorship to meet your unique needs and interests 

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Pharmacy Degree
  • Eligibility for licensure to practice pharmacy in the state of Wisconsin
  • Commitment to a career in community-based pharmacy practice
  • Residents must be U.S. citizens or permanent

 

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For more information, please contact us.

MCW Pharmacy School

8701 Watertown Plank Rd.

Milwaukee, WI 53226

(414) 955-7476
pharmacy@mcw.edu

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