Students will gain a strong foundation in the basic sciences and exposure to medicine through
participation in a combination of existing basic science and medical school courses. This discinctive
feature of the program makes it appealing to students seeking a basic or clinical science research
career, as well as students already in the work force who wish to advance in their profession.
Students in the masters program will:
- Receive broad training in the biomedical sciences and focused training in infectious disease and immunology
- Gain technical expertise in molecular and/or cellular biology, based on a strong foundation in biochemistry,
immunology and microbiology
- Experience outstanding mentoring by a basic scientist and a clinician investigator
- Develop outstanding communication and presentation skills
- Design and execute a translational research project at the interface of basic science and clinical medicine
- Participate in weekly journal clubs, department lab meetings, and seminar series.
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