The fellowships listed below are related to psychiatric and neurologic pharmacy. The last update to the list was in January 2023. If you would like to make an addition or a change, please email the fellowship details to the AAPP office.

University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)

Contact Leslie Carstensen Floren, PharmD, MA
Preceptor Leslie Carstensen Floren
Focus Area Clinical Pharmacology
Length 2-3 years
Positions/Year 2+
Stipend Based on NIH post-doc
Degree Granted None
Prerequisites MD, PharmD, PhD

The Health and Aging Policy Fellowship

Contact Mica Muir, HAPF Program Coordinator
Preceptor Harold A. Pincus, MD, and Kathleen M. Pike, PhD
Focus Area Interdisciplinary focus on positively impacting and contributing to health and aging-relevant policy in the United States
Length 1 year
Positions/Year Single or Dual placement during fellowship year; Residential or Non-Residential
Stipend Stipends for Residential Fellows vary and are commensurate with each individual’s current base salary. Non-Residential Fellows may receive up to $10,000 to cover approved placement-related expenses and travel costs. Non-Residential applicants who are early in their career and cannot secure full institutional, in-kind support for their fellowship participation may apply for partial salary support from the Health and Aging Policy Fellows program, up to a maximum of $15,000.
Prerequisites Applicants must have a strong commitment to health and aging issues; should specify how the program would meet their particular career goals; and must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the U.S. or its territories who have career plans that anticipate continued work in the U.S. after the fellowship period.

VA Connecticut and Yale School of Medicine

Contact Seth Cioffi, PharmD
Focus Area Substance Use Disorders
Length 2 years
Positions 1
Stipend $53,538 (year 1), $56,432 (year 2)
Prerequisites Applicants must:
  • Have US citizenship
  • Not be participating in any other training program
  • Hold an active pharmacy license within the US
  • Have completed an ASHP-accredited PGY1 pharmacy practice residency (completion of a PGY2 residency in psychiatry or pain management preferred)

University of Michigan College of Pharmacy Racial Equity to Advance Community Health Clinical Pharmacy Fellowship

Contact Beatriz Manzor Mitrzyk, PharmD, BCACP, BCPS 
Preceptor Beatriz Manzor Mitrzyk, PharmD, BCACP, BCPS
Focus Area Intervention-effectiveness research of a primary care collaborative drug therapy management service for depression care at a FQHC working with underserved populations, primarily Latinx adults.
Length 2-3 years
Positions/Year 1+
Stipend Competitive and determined by NIH postdoctoral funding regulations
Degree Granted None
Prerequisites Successful candidates will be bilingual (Spanish-speaking), have completed a PharmD degree from an accredited university or equivalent, and completed a PGY1 residency from an accredited program or comparable ambulatory care experience. Good oral and written communication skills, ethics, professionalism and ability to work in a team-based environment. Desire to engage in an immersive program to foster development of research skills to target health disparities through service to underserved populations.

CT Health Professions Education and Research in Substance Use and Related Harms (CHERISH) Fellowship 

Contact Alyssa Falleni, PharmD
Preceptor Seth Cioffi, PharmD; Ellen Edens, MD; Rebecca Brienza, MD; Audrey Abelleira, PharmD
Focus Area Substance use disorder and addiction education and research; this fellowship is part of a national VA, Health Professions Education, Evaluation, and Research (HPEER) fellowship
Length 2 years
Positions/Year 1 PharmD position per year
Stipend $56,000 first year, slight increase second year
Degree Granted N/A
Prerequisites PharmD, US Citizenship

Hispanic Center of Excellence in Pharmacy (HCEP) Fellowship Program 

Contact Dr. Jessa Koch, PharmD, BCPP, APh
Fellowship Director: Dr. Jessa Koch, PharmD, BCPP, APh
Preceptors will include pharmacists and other providers within Loma Linda University Health, Inland Empire Health Plan, and SAC Health System
Focus Area The HCEP Fellowship is a 2-year pharmacy fellowship program designed to train and mentor a fellow through both clinical activities and academic research focused on reducing health disparities. The HCEP fellow will rotate amongst several clinical practices but the main clinical practice will be with Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP). IEHP will provide the fellow with training in population health to positively impact the health care needs of regional Hispanic populations and provide the fellow with significant health disparities research. These experiences will well-position the fellow as an outstanding faculty candidate by the end of the second year of the fellowship.
Length 2 years
1 Fellow Position available starting July 2023
Plan to have 1 Fellow July 2024 and 1 Fellow July 2025
Stipend $54,144
  • PharmD Degree
  • PGY-1 experience preferred but not required
  • Latinx Heritage
  • Preference for individuals living within San Bernardino, Riverside, or Los Angeles counties in California, or willing to commit to serving within these areas upon fellowship completion