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academic pathway pharmaceutical sciences ntuspaa na annual event san francisco ca august 6 2005

Academic PathwayPharmaceutical SciencesNTUSPAA-NA Annual EventSan Francisco, CA, August 6, 2005

Diana Shu-Lian Chow, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Pharmaceutics

Director, Institute for Drug Education & Research

College of Pharmacy, University of Houston

&

Adjunct Associate Professor of Immunology

M.D. Anderson Cancer Center

University of Texas

pharmaceutical sciences sections in aacp a merican a ssociation of c olleges of p harmacy
Pharmaceutical SciencesSections in AACP (American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy)
  • Biological Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • Pharmaceutics
  • Social Administrative Sciences
  • Pharmacy Practice
biological sciences
Anatomy

Physiology, Pathophysiology

Biochemistry

Cell/molecular Biology

Microbiology

Pharmacology

Immunology

Pharmacognosy

Pharmacodynamics

Clinical Pharmacology

Toxicology

Biological Sciences
chemistry
Chemistry
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • Medicinal Chemistry
pharmaceutics
Physical Pharmacy

Biopharmaceutics

Pharmacokinetics

Drug Delivery

Biomaterials

Biotechnology

Pharmacogenomics

Tissue Engineering

Toxicogenomics

Pharmaceutics
tenured or tenure track faculty ranks
Tenured or Tenure-Track Faculty Ranks
  • Assistant Professor
  • Associate Professor
  • Professor
assistant professor
Assistant Professor
  • Tenure Track
  • Probation Period (5-7 years)
  • Reviews on Teaching,Research and Service

1. Annual Review by Department Chair

2. 3-year Review by College Promotion

and Tenure (P & T) Committee

3. P & T Review by the Committee

associate professor
Associate Professor
  • Tenured
  • Promotion Review for full professor rank
  • International Recognition
evaluation criteria
Evaluation Criteria
  • Teaching
    • Professional & Graduate Levels
    • Level of Contribution
    • Documentation (Syllabi, Examinations)
    • Evaluations (Student & Peer)
    • Effectiveness
evaluation criteria cont d
Evaluation Criteria (Cont’d)
  • Research*
    • Excellence demonstrated by
      • Publications (Publish or Perish)
      • Patents
      • Research Grants
      • Invited Lectures
      • Research Collaborations
      • Letters of Reference from Acknowledged Experts
evaluation criteria cont d11
Evaluation Criteria (Cont’d)
  • Service
    • Participation in Committees and Task Forces (Department, College, University)
    • Reviewing Grant Proposals, Manuscripts and Books
    • Serving on Editorial Boards of Professional Journals
how to prepare for academic career
How to Prepare for Academic Career?
  • Postdoctoral Training – Needed or Not?
  • Grantsmanship
  • Teaching Education
  • Communication Skills
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Negotiation Skills
  • Networking/References
how to prepare for job interview
How to Prepare for Job Interview?
  • Pre-interview Preparation [Critical!]
    • Seminar Presentation
    • Homework on Host Institution
    • Familiar with Scope of Faculty Research
    • Issue Identification
  • During Interview
    • Be Yourself
    • Climate Setting
post interview
Post Interview
  • Acknowledgement
  • Review –

What was well done?

What can be improved?

  • Appropriate Follow-up
  • Negotiation – Start-up Package

Teaching Load

Tenure Clock

academic career
Academic Career
  • Cons

Pressure - Funding and Publications

  • Pros

Academic Freedom

Graduate Education

Stability after Tenure

Independent Research

academic path clinical pharmacy

Academic PathClinical Pharmacy

Lily K. Cheung, Pharm D

Pharmacy Supervisor

Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania

career opportunities in academia
Career Opportunities in Academia
  • Adjunct Faculty
  • Non-Tenure Tracked Faculty
  • Tenure Tracked Faculty
responsibilities tenure and non tenure track
ResponsibilitiesTenure and Non-Tenure Track
  • Teaching
  • Clinical Service – patients, academic societies, etc.
  • Service to the academic institution
  • Scholarship – publications, presentations,

research grants, etc.

positions tenure and non tenure tracked
PositionsTenure and Non-Tenure Tracked
  • Instructor – during advanced training
  • Assistant Professor – completed training
  • Associate Professor - 7 yrs. after Assistant Professorship
  • Professor
tenure vs non tenure
Tenure vs. Non-Tenure
  • Tenure tracked positions

Lower teaching load

Focus on scholarship

Life-long tenure after 7 years,

better position protection

Academic freedom/Leadership in governance

requirements
Requirements
  • Generalist – Minimum 1 yr residency training
  • Specialist – Specialty residency and/or Fellowship
  • Tenured Positions – Fellowship preferred
employment considerations
Employment Considerations
  • Committed to teaching and mentoring
  • Communication skills
  • People skills – related to students
  • Knowledge of academic setting
  • Strong recommendation letter