The Division of Clinical Pharmacology within the Department of Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine offers two fellowship training programs.
IU School of Medicine welcomes applications from individuals from diverse populations that are under-represented in science or academia, including ethnic and racial minorities, disadvantaged backgrounds and individuals with physical disabilities.
Diversity and Inclusion
The Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Internal Medicine Division of Clinical Pharmacology is committed to and embraces diversity in all forms. Applications from diverse populations that are underrepresented in science and academia, including racial and ethnic minorities, individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds and individuals with disabilities are encouraged. This team is committed to providing an accessible and inclusive environment where all learners have access to programs.
The Division of Clinical Pharmacology encourages learners with disabilities to access all of the resources available to them, including registration with Adaptive Educational Services Office (AES). The AES provides services to learners with all types of disabilities and collaborates with faculty and program directors to implement approved accommodations. Accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis taking into account documented need and student self-report. AES is a confidential resource for students to discuss their disability-related needs. Additional information is available through the fellowship coordinator or Adaptive Educational Services Office.