After an extensive interview process, two students have been selected for Belmont’s post-graduate fellowship programs, housed in The Christy Houston Foundation Drug Information Center within Belmont’s College of Pharmacy. These two-year fellowships are designed to provide pharmacists with an intensive program focused in drug information, evidence-based practice, corporate management, teaching and research.
Chelsa Deans from the University of Tennessee has been selected for the Clinical Pharmacist Fellowship in Drug Information with Belmont and Aegis Sciences Corporation.
Sally Hughes from Washington State University has been selected for the Clinical Management Fellowship in Drug Information with Belmont and HealthTrust.
Both fellows will begin their program in June 2020 within the Christy Houston Foundation Drug Information Center under the mentorship of Genevieve Lynn Engle, PharmD. Fellows complete their training at Belmont University the first year and then with the corresponding corporate sponsor during the second year of the program.