Internal Medicine Fellowship

The University of Florida College of Pharmacy Internal Medicine Fellowship is a two-year program for pharmacists who have completed a PGY-1 residency or have three years of inpatient experience. The fellowship prepares trainees for a career focused in clinical practice settings or academia.

Objectives

The program gives fellows the opportunity to gain advanced skills in clinical practice, teach in the clinical and classroom settings and conduct research in the area of acute care pharmacotherapy. The primary practice site is located at UF Health Shands Hospital in Gainesville, Florida. The fellow is responsible for providing clinical rounding services to the general and subspecialty internal medicine teaching teams. The fellow is also responsible for precepting general medicine University of Florida College of Pharmacy students.  Additional clinical and research opportunities are available according to the fellow’s interests.

Fellowship Director

Adonice Khoury

Adonice Khoury, Pharm.D., BCPS

Clinical Assistant Professor

Adonice Khoury is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research and Clinical Specialist in Internal Medicine at UF Health/Shands Hospital. Dr. Khoury received a B.S. in Microbiology & Cell Science from the UF College of Agriculture and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the UF College of Pharmacy. He also completed an ASHP accredited specialty residency in Geriatric pharmacy practice at the Malcom Randall VA Medical Center in Gainesville. Prior to joining the college, Dr. Khoury was the head clinical pharmacist and antimicrobial stewardship pharmacist for six years at Select Specialty Hospital in Gainesville, a 44-bed long-term acute care hospital. Dr. Khoury was active with the college at Select Specialty Hospital, serving as a preceptor for adult medicine APPE rotations. His primary clinical practice and research interest is in internal medicine with specific interests in the subspecialties of gastrointestinal and infectious diseases pharmacotherapy.

Current Fellow

Thakul Rattanasuwan

Thakul Rattanasuwan

Postdoctoral Associate