The fellowship in pharmacogenomics and pharmacogenomic clinical implementation is designed to prepare the trainee for a career in academia, government or industry. Fellowship experiences include study protocol development and implementation, development of grant-writing skills, when relevant, development of laboratory-based skills, and clinical research skills (particularly related to clinical implementation of pharmacogenetics), genomic and other omic data analysis, statistical analysis, preparation of abstracts and manuscripts, presentation of research at national meetings. Fellows will also participate in research seminars and journal clubs, and have minimal didactic teaching responsibilities and mentoring of more junior students/trainees (about 5-10% effort). Graduate level coursework is available. Stipend is an NIH-level stipend.