Example Schedule – Pharmacology and Therapeutics Concentration

Undeclared Student

Year 1 – Fall Semester

GMS 6001: Fundamentals of Biomedical Science, 5 credits
GMS 6003: Essentials of Graduate Research & Professional Development, 1 credit
GMS 6090: Journal Club, 1 credit
GMS 6090: Laboratory Rotations, 2 credits
Total = 9 credits

Year 1 – Spring Semester

GMS 6009: Principles of Drug Action & Therapeutics, 3 credits
GMS 7003: Responsible Conduct of Biomedical Research, 1 credit
GMS 6090: Journal Club, 1 credit
GMS 6090: Laboratory Rotations, 1 credit
Electives
Total = 9 credits

Year 2 – Summer Semester

GMS 7979: Advanced Research, 1-6 credits
Electives
Total = 6 credits

Year 2 – Fall Semester

GMS 6847: Translational Research & Therapeutics: Bench, Bedside, Community, & Policy, 3 credits
GMS 6560: Molecules to Man: Past, Present and Future Therapeutic Strategies for Disease, 3 credits
GMS 6590: Seminar in Pharmacology (Data Discussions), 1 credit
GMS 7979: Advanced Research, 2-5 credits
Total = 9 credits

Declared Student

Year 1 – Fall Semester

GMS 6847: Translational Research & Therapeutics: Bench, Bedside, Community, & Policy, 3 credits
GMS 6003: Essentials of Graduate Research & Professional Development, 1 credit
GMS 6090: Laboratory Rotations, 2 credits
Electives
Total = 9 credits

(Students are expected to attend GMS 6590: Student Data Discussions in Pharmacology)

Year 1 – Spring Semester

GMS 6009: Principles of Drug Action & Therapeutics, 3 credits
GMS 6590: Student Data Discussions in Pharmacology, 1 credit
GMS 7003: Responsible Conduct of Biomedical Research, 1 credit
GMS 7979: Advanced Research, 1-4 credits
Electives
Total = 9 credits

Year 2 – Summer Semester

GMS 7979: Advanced Research, 1-6 credits
Electives
Total = 6 credits

Year 2 – Fall Semester

GMS 6560: Molecules to Man: Past, Present and Future Therapeutic Strategies for Disease, 3 credits
GMS 6590: Seminar in Pharmacology (Data Discussions), 1 credit
GMS 7979: Advanced Research, 2-5 credits
Electives
Total = 9 credits