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PGY1 Residency training at the Gatton College of Pharmacy (GCOP) is offered in Community Pharmacy. The Community Residency Program is affiliated with regional practice sites.
PGY2 Residency training at the Gatton College of Pharmacy (GCOP) is currently offered in Ambulatory Care and Internal Medicine. GCOP residency programs are a member of the Tri-Cities Residency Consortium.
ETSU offers a unique 2- to 3-year postgraduate fellowship that focuses on practice-based research and prescription drug abuse research. Particular emphasis is placed on conduction of research in community pharmacy practice settings. The fellowship is directed by Dr. Nick Hagemeier.