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Drug Information Fellowship

We develop experts in evidence-based medicine who provide clinical decision services for and play a vital role in the drug information and evidence-based medicine education of faculty, students, health-care providers and consumers.

About the Drug Information Fellowship

The Drug Information Fellowship is a customized post-doctoral program. This program prepares participants for careers encompassing drug information, specifically the practice of evidence-based decision making in a pharmacy practice setting.

Located within the UMKC School of Pharmacy, the Drug Information Center provides services to state governmental agencies, hospitals and other contractual clients. These services include evidence-based medical analyses, drug information, newsletters and other medical writing requests that will optimize pharmaceutical care. In addition, the Drug Information Call Center provides drug information throughout the calendar year, excluding major holidays, and is available to the public and health-care providers.

Through our contracts, fellows oversee and conduct clinical formulary management reviews monthly and quarterly. Fellows serve as adjunct faculty, which allows them to assist with coordination of the Evidence Based Medicine course as well as precept their own APPE students monthly.

Learn more about the Drug Information Center

Fellowship opportunities

  • Manage the call center
  • Publish research in a peer-reviewed journal with the support of faculty
  • Participation in the Residency Teaching Certificate Program (PDF)
  • Exposure to a variety of business administrative experiences

Fellows will also join a long list of program alumni working in a variety of different drug information settings such as industry, managed care, medical information, clinical pharmacy, medical writing and academia.

Learn more about becoming a fellow


How to Apply


  • Pharm.D. or equivalent experience
  • Eligible for licensure in Missouri


Email us these documents

  • Academic transcript
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Letter of intent
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • Three scientific writing samples

Deadline - January 23 at 5 p.m. CST

Qualified candidates will be invited for an on-site interview.

Contact Information

Morgan Sperry

Director of the Drug Information Center, Associate Clinical Professor
Phone Number: 816-235-6168