The InpharmD™ Drug Information Fellowship

InpharmD™ helps healthcare providers make better clinical decisions by giving them the data behind their clinical questions.

Fellowship Overview:

The InpharmD™ fellowship is a one-year, remote program focused on training pharmacists to become drug information (DI) experts.

Fellowship opportunities include:

  • Answering DI inquiries for health systems and clinical providers.
  • Participating in Pharmacy and Therapeutics (P&T) and formulary-management projects.
  • Engaging in education and precepting opportunities.
  • Pursuing a medical writing or teaching certificate.
  • Undertaking longitudinal DI projects (biosimilars database, drug stability database, research projects, etc.).

What matters to us isn't so much your specific degrees or titles; we care mostly about you being the best at what you do, being able to work well on your own, and being excited about making something people want.

Desired qualifications include:

  • You have high standards and value hard work to achieve them.
  • You have high clarity of thought at a system level but also sweat the details.
  • You’ve made decisions that materially and quantifiably drove a previous project forward.
  • You can show a high delta in circumstances and outcome; in your work, you do much better than most people in your shoes would do.
  • You’re well rounded with good time management.
  • You’re humble (we have antibodies to arrogance).

Our preference is PGY1s/pharmacists looking to complete a fellowship in drug information, although we’ll accept students in exceptional cases.

Additionally, we prefer applicants who have some level of:

  • Clinical experience
  • Technical writing experience
  • Literature evaluation experience
  • Strong written communication skills
  • Passion for evidence-based medicine
  • Number of hours per week: full time
  • Location: in-office (Atlanta, GA) or remote options available
  • Compensation: $47,000 annually
Application Information:
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • Letter of intent
  • Two reference letters
    • Letters preferred from: preceptor of DI rotation, job manager, or professor that can speak to growth of applicant
  • Official transcript
  • Writing sample
    • Prompt: Summarize a significant clinical trial from this year (2024), focusing on either advancements in pharmacotherapy or novel therapeutic interventions. The writing sample should not exceed 200 words. Examples can be found on
  • Application opens: 09/16/2024
  • Application deadline: 12/16/2024
Next Steps:
  • Selected participants will be invited for an interview with our team. We follow a two-part interview process – a formal interview with InpharmD leadership and a Q&A session with current fellows.
  • For more information, please email:
Equal Opportunity Employer:

The best teams are diverse. We’re dedicated to adding new perspectives to our team and encourage everyone to apply even if you fall short of what we’re looking for.

All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.