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Toxicology Residencies and Fellowships (Pharmacy)

The Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center, at the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy, offers a two year clinical toxicology fellowship for pharmacists. This clinical fellowship is taught in concurrence with the medical toxicology fellowship offered to physicians in a unique interprofessional training site.
Keith Boesen PharmD
Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center
1295 N Martin Ave
Tucson, AZ 85721
Phone: (520) 626-6230 (Office)

The Florida/USVI Poison Information Center - Jacksonville at UF Health Jacksonville/University of Florida Health Science Center is offering a 2 year residency/fellowship for Pharm.D. graduates in the area of Clinical Toxicology/Emergency Medicine. This program will serve to educate and provide practical experiential training for the resident in aspects of those subspecialties (emergency medicine, adult and pediatric critical care, clinical toxicology, and poison information) necessary for the development of expertise in diagnostic procedures, triage, initial and subsequent therapeutic management, and monitoring of the acutely ill/toxic patient.
Jay Schauben, PharmD, DABAT, FAACT or Dawn Sollee, PharmD, DABAT
The Florida/USVI Poison Information Center-Jacksonville
655 W. Eighth Street, BoxC23, Jacksonville, FL 32209.
Phone: (904)244-4465.
Email: or

Program name: Georgia Poison Center Pharm.D Fellowship
Hospital Affiliation: Grady Health System
Length of Fellowship: 12 months
Minimum requirements: Pharm.D degree; General, Clinical or other residency preferred
Gaylord Lopez, PharmD, DABAT
Director, Georgia Poison Center
80 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive SE, Box 066
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: (404) 616-9238

The Maryland Poison Center, a division of the Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, offers a two year fellowship in Clinical Toxicology.  The goal of the fellowship is to train a Doctor of Pharmacy graduate to function in a professional, administrative and research capacity in a regional poison center, clinical toxicology service and/or academic environment. Major activities in the first year of the fellowship include service, teaching and management while a major component of the second year is research. The primary faculty for the fellowship include Wendy Klein-Schwartz, PharmD, M.P.H. and Bruce Anderson, PharmD, DABAT. Applicants must possess a Pharm.D. degree from an accredited School of College of Pharmacy.  The fellowship begins July 1, 2014.
Wendy Klein-Schwartz, PharmD, MPH.
Maryland Poison Center
220 Arch Street, Room 01-108
Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone: (410)563-5581

Emergency Medicine/Clinical Toxicology available: Specialized residency for 1 year, may be transitioned into a second year for completion of a fellowship
Christine M. Stork, PharmD, DABAT
Upstate New York Poison Center
750 East Adams Street
Syracuse, NY 13210
Phone: (315)464-5421

Carolinas Poison Center Clinical Toxicology Fellowship The Carolinas Poison Center and the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy offer a two-year pharmacy fellowship in clinical toxicology. The fellowship experience includes all facets of clinical toxicology and prepares the fellow for successful credentialing by the American Board of Applied Toxicology (ABAT). Activities include care of the poisoned or overdosed patient, formal teaching from board-certified Medical and PharmD toxicologists, experience in teaching and precepting, clinical research, manuscript preparation, and poison center management. The primary focus is recognizing, assessing, and managing poisoned patients. The fellow functions as an essential member of the toxicology service at Carolinas Medical Center. Minimum requirements include a PharmD from an ACPE-accredited program and a PGY-I general pharmacy practice residency. Completion of a PGY-II residency in emergency medicine or critical care pharmacy is strongly preferred but not required.
Anna Rouse Dulaney, PharmD, DABAT
Clinical Pharmacist and Toxicologist
Carolinas Poison Center
PO Box 32861
Charlotte, NC 28232

The Utah Poison Control Center, a division of the Department of Pharmacotherapy, University of Utah College of Pharmacy offers a two year fellowship in Clinical and Applied Toxicology. The goal of fellowship is to prepare a doctor of pharmacy graduate to function in a professional, administrative and research capacity in a regional poison control center, clinical toxicology service and/or academic environment.
Barbara Insley Crouch, PharmD, MSPH
Utah Poison Control Center
30 South 2000 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Phone: (801)587-0605 / Fax: (801)585-6982