Vanderbilt University Medical Center, in conjunction with the Vanderbilt Transplant Center, offers a one-year specialty residency in solid organ transplantation. The Vanderbilt Transplant Center specializes in kidney, liver, pancreas, heart and lung transplantation. The purpose of the residency is to develop a clinical transplant pharmacist competent in all areas of solid organ transplantation and a leader among their peers. The resident is expected to participate in the continuum of care of transplant recipients.
|Core Rotations:||Electives: (may select 1, *1 month block)|
|Liver Transplant (3 months)||Cardiology|
|Renal/Pancreas (3 months)||HIV Outpatient|
|Heart/Lung (3 months)||Internal Medicine|
|Transplant ID (1 month)||Critical Care|
|* other options may be available|
Program Details: The Vanderbilt Transplant Center
|Benefits||2014 - 2015 Transplant Resident|
|TN Board of Pharmacy & Naplex||Transplant Resident Graduates|
|Vanderbilt Community||Nashville, Tennessee|
Applicant must be a graduate of an accredited B.S. or Doctor of Pharmacy program, be a licensed pharmacist in any state with reciprocation to Tennessee and completed an accredited PGY1 residency program.
The Pharmacy Residency program is open to all US citizens, US nationals and eligible non-citizens. Information on US nationals and eligible non-citizens can be found on Vanderbilt’s “US National and Eligible Non-Citizens” page. Immigration sponsorship is not offered, so persons needing immigration sponsorship to work in the USA cannot be accepted into the program.
Submit the following application materials for the Solid Organ Transplantation Residency to be received by January 1.
Application Deadline - January 1
Estimated stipend - approx. $60,593*