Center for Pharmacoeconomic Research

College of Pharmacy

Fellowship and Training

Dr. Schumock with Fellow Vikrant Vats

As a leading research center, the CPR seeks to promote the advancement of research in pharmacoepidemiology, pharmacoeconomics, and pharmaceutical comparative effectiveness by providing post-doctoral research training fellowships and other experiences.

Fellowships: Information for research fellowships and related training opportunities currently available through the CPR can be accessed via the links below. Fellowships and training experiences of this type have been offered by the CPR for more than a decade and past CPR fellows/trainees have gone on to successful careers in the pharmaceutical industry, academia, managed care, and consulting sectors.

Fellows Alexandra Perez, Caitlyn Wilke, and Vikrant Vats

Certificate Program: The CPR offers a certificate in pharmacoeconomics. The program is designed for professional working in pharmaceutical industry seeking to gain an understanding of the field of pharmacoeconomics. The program self-paced and includes readings and one-on-one interaction with CPR faculty members. For more information please contact the Center.