• Lander Hall Lab

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  • Dr. David Madden

     Dr. David Madden

  • Research Tuesday

    Research Tuesday Seminar

  • Library

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  • Masters student presentation

     Student presentation

  • Driving simulator

    Driving simulator

  • Dr. Horst Fischer

    Dr. Horst Fischer

  • Dr. David Madden

     Dr. David Madden w/alumni

  • Graduation reception

    2014 Graduation reception

  • 2014 Graduation

    Class of 2014

  • Touro University California

    Touro University California

  • 2014 Graduation

     2014 graduates w/their advisors


 Touro University California College of Pharmacy

M.S. Medical Health Sciences

with an emphasis in Pharmacy Studies

Preparing students for research and scholarship

Download PDF   This 10-month program is an intensive immersion in research, designed to provide students with the knowledge and tools to be effective scientific or clinical investigators.  Individual interaction with faculty members on current research topics is at the core of this exciting program.  Curriculum coursework includes laboratory techniques, biostatistics, and scientific writing and presentation skills.

Program features

  • A 10-month, 31 credit research immersion experience
  • Faculty research areas include:
    • Molecular biology and metabolism
    • Cancer and stem cell biology
    • Drug synthesis and drug delivery
    • Effects of drugs on driving performance
    • Pharmaceutical health outcomes and cost analysis
    • Diabetes management in pharmacy care settings
  • Individualized research apprenticeships
  • Outstanding faculty research
  • Collaboration with world-class research institutions
  • Small class size

Competitive career advantages when applying to -

  • Pharmacy School
  • PhD graduate programs
  • Postgraduate pharmacy residency or fellowship
  • Positions in the pharmaceutical industry
  • Faculty positions in academia

Students accepted into this program are guaranteed an interview during the next application cycle for the Touro University California Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program, provided they earn a GPA of 3.0 or better in all coursework.

Program Student Learning Outcomes (PSLO)

  • Demonstrate the ability to critically assess the scientific literature.
  • Engage in and conduct original research.
  • Design and implement research experiments to critically test hypotheses in pharmaceutical sciences and health outcomes.
  • Demonstrate the ability to present scientific data.
  • Develop strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Behave in a professional and ethical manner.

Program Overview

The MSMHS-COP program is 10 months in length and consists of two semesters of didactic work and research elective. The course of study begins August and ends in May of the following calendar year. The 19-week didactic semesters correspond to those in the College of Pharmacy’s concurrent PharmD program. The Program Director will arrange and oversee a successful and rewarding research experience with a faculty mentor.

This Masters program is carefully integrated. Course content is designed to be pertinent to the degree. Specialty area research interests will be augmented with corresponding didactic lectures in the PharmD curriculum. No transfer credit, credit for experiential learning, or advanced placement can therefore be granted.

 

Class of 2014

CLASS OF 2014
ADVISOR(S)

PRESENTER

TOPIC

Dr. Eric Ip

Dr. Tristan Lindfelt

Dr. Paul Perry

Mr. Kristian Fredriksen

The effects of dextromethorphan on driving performance and the standardized field sobriety test

Dr. Eric Ip

Dr. Tristan Lindfelt

Dr. Paul Perry
Ms. Stephanie Chew

Effects of chronic cannabis use on driving performance

Dr. David Madden
Ms. Zarin Shahab Do factors secreted by senescent fibroblasts drive hESC pluripotency and proliferation?
Dr. Shona Mookerjee
Mr. Mario Delgado
The regulation of Uncoupling Protein 2 Turnover in Pancreatic Beta Cells
Dr. Nathalie Bergeron, Dr. Karl Meszaros
Mr. Michael Kwong Effects of High-Carbohydrate Diet on Markers of CHD risk and NAFLD
Dr. Alison McCormick

Ms. Janet Lee

Expression of influenza HA proteins in plants
Dr. Daniel Keppler, Dr. David Evans

Ms. Youri Bae

CST6 as a Tumor Suppressor Gene in Breast Carcinoma
Dr. Kevin Ita

Ms. Kathy Nguyen

Micro needle mediated delivery of captopril and metoprolol tartrate
Dr. Shengquan Liu

Ms. Lynn Nguyen

Design and Synthesis of Anticancer Novel Codrugs
Dr. Julie Andersen

Ms. Karalynn Yamashita

HIF1α Drug Screen with Natural Products
Dr. Junhua Yu

Mr. Wen Zhang

Cardiovascular and Coronary Heart Disease Risk Among Migraineurs: Evidence from NHANES

 

MSMHS-COP Curriculum

BASIC SCIENCES AND HEALTH OUTCOMES TRACKS (31 UNITS)
 

FALL SEMESTER
5 Required Courses (12 units) + 1 Elective (4 units) = 16 units
REQUIRED COURSES
HS 600A-P - Navigating a Laboratory & Writing Workshop 1 unit Drs. David Madden & Shona Mookerjee
HS 601A-P - Biostatistics & Epidemiology 2 units Dr. Inciardi
HS 602-P - Mentored Research Techniques 1 4 units Advisor
HS 603-P - Mentored Research Techniques 2
4 units
Advisor
HS 604-P - Research Seminar/Journal Club 1 unit  Dr. Daniel Keppler
ELECTIVE COURSES  (Students take one elective)
 HS 605-P - Independent Research 1 4 units    

 

 SPRING SEMESTER: 4 Required Courses (9 units) + 1 Elective (6 units) = 15 units

 

SPRING SEMESTER
4 Required Courses (9 units) + 1 Elective (6 units) = 15 units
REQUIRED COURSES
HS 606-P - Scientific Writing (Paper and Grants)
2 units Dr. David Evans
HS 607-P - Scientific Presentation (Posters and Talks)
2 units Dr. Rajagopalan
HS 608-P - Mentored Research Techniques 3
4 units Advisor
HS 609-P - Research Seminar/Journal Club
1 unit
Dr. Susan Heimer
ELECTIVE COURSES  (Students take one elective)
 HS 610-P - Independent Research 2
6 units   Advisor

Technology Competence

Students are required to possess a laptop computer that meets the requirements as specified by the College of Pharmacy, which are described here.

Admission Requirements

Admissions requirements, information on the admissions process and deadlines, and access to the MSMHS-COP application itself may be found here.

Admission Procedure

Admission to the MSMHS-COP program is conducted on a rolling basis with a deadline for receipt of applications of mid-June, 2015.  Applications are submitted on-line through the Admissions Office. Please click here for more information.

Non-Discrimination Policy

Touro University California does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, disability, age, sexual orientation,  or any other characteristic protected by law in employment, or in  admission, treatment or access to its educational programs or activities.

Requirements for Graduation

1. Satisfactory completion of all required and elective courses. Satisfactory completion is a grade of at least a 2.0 in each course. There can be no outstanding Unsatisfactory or Incomplete grade.

2. Completion of all graded and non-graded coursework and assignments, including but not limited to:
           (a) a report on research results, written in the style of a journal article.
           (b) an oral presentation.

3. Satisfactory demonstration of laboratory competencies.

4. Recommendation by the MSMHS-COP administration for graduation.

5. Fulfillment of all legal and financial obligations to Touro University California.


MSMHS-COP Faculty and Staff

 M.S. Medical Health Sciences Faculty & Staff

Dr. David Evans, Program Director

Ms. Janice Cabahug, Post Graduate Program Coordinator

Dr. Shadi Doroudgar

PharmD, University of Southern California College of Pharmacy (2011)

PGY1 Pharmacy Practice residency, California Northstate University College of Pharmacy/Sutter Health, Elk Grove, CA (2012);

PGY2 Psychopharmacology Residency, Touro University California College of Pharmacy, Vallejo, CA (2013)

CGP

BCPS

RPh, CA

Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences

Dr. Michael Ellerby

PhD, University of California, Santa Cruz (1986)

NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, Los Angeles, CA (1991)

NIH Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute, La Jolla, CA (1994)

Chair and Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Dr. David Evans

BSc Pharm Pharmacy, Manchester University, UK )1985)

PhD, University of Manchester, UK (1991)

Program Director

Professor of Biological Sciences

Dr. Horst Fischer

PhD Physiology, University of Stuttgart, Germany (1989)

Scientist, Children's Hospital, Oakland, California

Fischer-Illek Lung Biology & Pathology Lab [link]

Adjunct Professor

 

Dr. Susan Heimer

PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland (2002)

Postdoctoral Fellow (Microbiology/Immunology), University of Maryland (2004)

Postdoctoral Fellow (Ophthalmology), Harvard Medical School (2008)

Visiting Scholar (Optometry), University of California, Berkeley (2013)

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences
Dr. John Inciardi

PharmD, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA (1979);

Doctor of Science (Clinical Epidemiology), Erasmus University, Netherlands (2001)

Adjunct Faculty Professor of Biological & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Dr. Eric Ip

Chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice

Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences

PharmD, University of California, San Francisco (2006)

PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency, Kaiser Permanente, Santa Clara Medical Center, Santa Clara, CA (2007)

CSCS

BCPS

CDE

FCSHP

RPh, CA

Chair & Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences
Dr. Kevin B. Ita

MSc (Pharmacy) Lviv Medical University, Ukraine (1986)

PhD (Pharmaceutics), North-West University, Potchefstroom Campus, South Africa (2004)

Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Dr. Daniel Keppler

PhD, University Pierre & Marie Curie (Paris 6), Paris, France (1988)

Postdoctoral Trainee, Institut Suisse de Recherche Experimentale sur le Cancer (ISREC), Epalinges, Switzerland (1995)

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences
Dr. Tristan Lindfelt

Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences

PharmD, University of California, San Francisco (2007)

PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency, Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System, San Jose, CA (2008)

BCPS

BCACP

RPh, CA

Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences
Dr. Kajua Lor

Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences

PharmD, University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy, Madison, Wisconsin (2009)

PGY1 Ambulatory Care Residency, University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, St. Paul, MN (2010)

BCACP

RPh, CA, MN, WI

Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences
Dr. Maggie Louie

M.S. Chemistry (Biochemistry) San Francisco State University (2000)

PhD, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of California, Davis (2004)

Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, Davis (2005)

Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Dr. David Madden

PhD, Molecular and Cell Biology, University of California, Berkeley, CA (2003)

Larry L. Hillblom Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, Buck Institute for Age Research, Novato, CA (2009)

Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Dr. Alison McCormick

PhD, University of California, San Diego (1990)

Jane Coffin Childs Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, CA (1993)

Katherine McCormick Scholar, Stanford University School of Medicine (1994)

Howard Hughes Fellow, Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, CA (1995)

Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Dr. Shona Mookerjee

MS, Biology, University of Rochester (2002)

PhD, Biology, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY (2005)

Research Scientist, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN (2006)

Postdoctoral Fellow, Buck Institute for Research on Aging, Novato, CA (2008)

Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Dr. Paul Perry

Professor of Clinical Sciences

PhD, University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA (1973)

MS Pharm, University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA (1971)

BS Pharm, University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA (1969)

BCPP

RPh, CA, IA, NV

Professor of Clinical Sciences
Dr. Vanishree Rajagopalan

BS Pharm, Mumbai University, Mumbai, India (1993)

MS Pharm, Mumbai University, Mumbai, India (1995)

PhD, Molecular Pharmacology,Pharm, Mumbai University, Mumbai, India (1995) T.J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA (2004)

Post Graduate Fellowship, Touro University California, College of Pharmacy (2010)

Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Dr. Bijal Shah

BS Pharm, Bombay University, India (2000)

PhD, University of New Mexico (2006)

Associate Professor of Social, Behavioral & Administrative Sciences
Dr. Patricia Shane

PhD Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, CA (1996)

MPH, University of California, Berkeley, CA (1982)

MA Social/Clinicial Psychology, Clark University (1972)

Professor of Social, Behavioral & Administrative Sciences
Dr. Kelan Thomas

Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences

PharmD, University of California, San Francisco (2007)

PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency, University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, MI (2008)

MS University of Michigan School of Public Health (2009)

PGY2 Psychiatric Care Residency, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA (2012)

BCPS

BCPP

RPh, CA

Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences
Dr. Junhua Yu

PhD Health Economics & MS in Applied Statistics - University of Alabama

MS in Applied & Resource Economics, East Carolina University

BS in Land Use Planning, Huazhong Agricultural University, Wuhan, Hubei, China

Assistant Professor of Social, Behavioral & Administrative Sciences

 

Course Descriptions

FALL SEMESTER

Required Courses (12 units)

HS 600A-P

Navigating a Laboratory & Writing Workshop

(1 unit)

This course is designed as an introduction to the research laboratory, as well as a writing workshop.  The goal of our "Navigating a Laboratory" section is to train students to think and act beyond what is usually expected in an undergraduate laboratory experience.  The topics will include: navigating a laboratory, laboratory calculations, understanding fluorescence, and antibodies in research among others.  The goal of the "Writing Workshop" section of this course is for students to develop clear and persuasive writing using the precision of scientific language.  The output of the writing course is two documents: (1) the Personal Statement and (2) a draft of the final Thesis Introduction.

  • Drs. David Madden & Shona Mookerjee

HS 601A-P

Biostatistics & Epidemiology

(2 units)

Understanding and applying fundamental principles of biostatistics and epidemiology will be emphasized throughout this course. Particular emphasis will be placed on using these principles to critically evaluate the medical literature as it applies to the practice of evidence-based medicine. Participants are expected to have had at least a basic undergraduate course in statistics.

We begin our discussion with an overview of concepts that are common to both biostatistics and clinical epidemiology. The section on epidemiology will focus on methods for discovering, appraising and reporting outcomes following exposure to one or more presumed causes. Special emphasis will be placed on the pharmacoepidemiology of adverse outcomes following exposure to medications.

The biostatistics section is designed to prepare the student to critically assess statistical output as reported in the medical literature. Evaluation, rather than mathematical computation, will be the primary focus. The benefits and pitfalls of using statistical software will be demonstrated using STATA statistical software.

  • Dr. John Inciardi

HS 602-P

Mentored Research Techniques 1

(4 units)

This course runs in parallel with our other “laboratory practicum” course, Laboratory Techniques 2. The two courses complement one another and emphasize different techniques that are required in any modern biomedical laboratory. In this course, the emphasis is placed on aspects of experimental molecular biology, including bacterial cultures (growing, maintaining, antibiotics, counting, freezing), DNA manipulation /purification, electrophoresis, PCR, preparing DNA for transfections, etc.

  • Advisor/Mentor

HS 603-P

Mentored Research Techniques 2

(4 units)

This course runs in parallel with or may be taken separately from Laboratory Techniques 1. The two courses complement one another and emphasize different aspects required for any modern biomedical research. In this course, the emphasis is placed on aspects of experimental cell biology such as cell culture, avoiding contamination, transfection of cells, preparation of cell lysates, Western Blots (protein work), cell-death assays, etc.

  • Advisor/Mentor

HS 604-P

Research Seminar/Journal Club 1

(1 unit)

In this course, students must attend all of the Research Tuesday Seminars (so that they become exposed to all faculty research, and styles of presentation), and must attend the Department of Biological and Pharmaceutical Sciences Journal Club, and any other such activities that faculty deem appropriate to expose the students to the campus life of a researcher.

  • Dr. Daniel Keppler

FALL SEMESTER

Elective Courses (4 units) - Students take one elective

HS 605-P Independent Research

(4 units)

Students are assigned (with input from the student) a single area of interest/emphasis associated with a specific College of Pharmacy faculty member, before they are admitted to the program.  Possibilities include but are not limited to all of the areas listed for the mentors above.  The area of interest forms the basis of the two independent research courses, one in the Fall semester and one in the Spring semester.  The Independent Research courses, therefore, all have common organization.

The MSMHS-College of Pharmacy lecture curriculum will consist of a blend of currently existing PharmD lectures and newly created lectures, so as to find a proper balance for the faculty workload.  Elective course topics include: Oncology, Neuroscience, Infectious Disease, Pharmacogenomics, and other area of emphasis.  They will also participate in a mentored research project associated with their area of lecture focus.

The SPRING SEMESTER Elective Course is a continuation of this elective.

  

SPRING SEMESTER

Required Courses (9 units) - Students take all 4 required courses

HS 606-P

Scientific Writing (Paper and Grants)

(2 units)

In this course, students learn how to write a peer-reviewed scientific paper, and how to write an NIH-style grant.  They will analyze successful examples, and create their own "practice" versions.

  • Dr. David Evans

HS 607-P

Scientific Presentation (Posters and Talks)

(2 units)

In this course, students learn how to give research talks (including the creation and use of PowerPoint presentations) and create poster presentations.

  • Dr. Vanishree Rajagopalan

HS 608-P

Mentored Research Techniques 3

(4 units)

This course is an extension of the other Mentored Research Techniques courses taken the previous semester. All three courses complement one another and emphasize different techniques that are required in any modern biomedical laboratory. In this course, the emphasis is placed on aspects of experimental methods that are more specific to the elective research area, which may involve more advanced instrumentation and methodology.

  • Advisor/Mentor

HS 609-P

Research Seminar/Journal Club

(1 unit)

The goal of this course is for attendees to become proficient in assessing primary research literature.  This includes, but is not limited to identifying relevant publications, evaluating the research methods and data analyses, and presenting the findings to an audience of peers.  In doing so, participants will also become acquainted with state-of-the-art methodologies used in Basic Biomedical, Clinical and Outcomes Research.  This course is highly interactive.  Participants will work in pairs to identify, analyze and present the findings of a published research study.

  • Dr. Susan Heimer

SPRING SEMESTER

Elective Courses (6 units) - Students take one elective

HS 610-P Independent Research

(6 units)

This is a continuation of the Independent Research the student performed in the Fall Semester.  More units are assigned to the course in the Spring Semester owing to the increase in time spent doing actual research with their mentor,

  • Advisor
         

MSMHS-COP Seminar and Workshop Series for 2014-2015

Basic Sciences Curriculum: Research Tuesdays 12 noon - 1 pm.
Schedule coordinated and distributed by Dr. Paul Goldsmith. E mail. paul.goldsmith@tu.edu

Health Outcomes Curriculum: Resident Fellows Seminar Series.
Schedule and materials coordinated by Dr. Kajua Lor. E mail. Kajua.Lor@tu.edu. Please consult advisor.

For all MSMHS-COP Students. Interview Workshops. Fall 2014 and Spring 2015.
Specific dates to be arranged. Dr. David Evans. E mail. david.evans@tu.edu

  • October 2014. How to apply to Pharmacy School. Mr. Steven Davis, Director of Admissions.
  • January, 2015. MSMHS-COP students in PharmD Program. Dr. Shona Mookerjee, COP Faculty.
  • January, 2015. Mock Interviews with PharmD Faculty.
  • February, 2015. Dr. Susan Heimer, Chair of COP Admissions Committee


Accreditation

The Master of Science in Medical Health Sciences (emphasis in Pharmaceutical Sciences) is offered by Touro University California, which is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (http://www.wascsenior.org/). 

Cost

Tuition for the MSMHS-COP program is $10,700 per semester. Tuition does not include application fees if required (see the on-line Application Form), but does cover all costs for online materials and laboratory supplies. Technical support is available, but students are expected to provide their own laptop.

As a fully accredited course, financial aid is available through Touro University California’s Financial Aid Office. For more details, please contact financial aid.

Academic Calendar

The MSMHS-COP program continues for 10 months, from August to May of the following year. The program runs in parallel with the College of Pharmacy curriculum, and therefore enjoys all of the breaks and holidays observed by the PharmD program. These include a Fall, Winter, and a Spring Break, as well as observance of the typical national and major Jewish holidays (link to http://cop.tu.edu/studentresources/index.html/#calendars)

Required Textbooks

  • Anthony N. Glaser. High-Yield Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Public Health. 4th Edition. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014. ISBN 978-1-4511-3017-1.
  • Mimi Zeiger. Essential of Writing Biomedical Research Papers. 2nd Edition. McGraw-Hill, 1999. ISBN 10: 0071345442. 

 

Touro University California

Seminars & Workshops

M.S. Medical Health Sciences Seminar and Workshop Series for 2014-2015

Basic Sciences Curriculum: Research Tuesdays 12 noon - 1 pm
Schedule coordinated and distributed by Dr. Paul Goldsmith. E mail. paul.goldsmith@tu.edu


Health Outcomes Curriculum: Resident Fellows Seminar Series
Schedule and materials coordinated by Dr. Kajua Lor. E mail. Kajua.Lor@tu.edu. Please consult advisor.

For all MSMHS-COP Students. Interview Workshops. Fall 2014 and Spring 2015
Specific dates to be arranged. Dr. David Evans. E mail. david.evans@tu.edu

News & Announcements

Touro University California College of Pharmacy Open House!  Friday, February 27, 2015

February 27, 2015 College of Pharmacy Open House

Come and learn more about pharmacy, our innovative 2+2 PharmD curriculum, and the TUC Student experience.

College of Pharmacy would like to invite prospective students, faculty advisors, and applicants accepted into the program to join us on Friday, February 27, from 12:00* to 3:45 pm for our spring Open House. 

Space is limited – So register in advance by RSVP.  Questions?  admit@tu.edu.  For more information, click here.


January 2015

We are pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the Class of 2016!

Questions?  Contact Ms. Janice Cabahug at janice.cabahug@tu.edu


January 7, 2015

Cervical Cancer

Touro University California faculty, Drs. Daniel Keppler (College of Pharmacy) and Athena W. Lin (College of Medicine) edit a 400-page book on Cervical Cancer for Springer/Humana Press.


December 29, 2014

The 2014 Best and Worst in Higher Education by Dr. Alan Kadish, President Touro College.  Published by the Huffington Post - click here to read the article.


Volunteer for the Teen Life Conference!   TLC is a great event to get involved in the lives of local teens and make a difference. We are recruiting students in all colleges at Touro University California to help us make this event amazing! The event takes place March 4, 2014. We will have stations set up at the school including a rock wall, brain station with Dr. Puder, dancing, booths from the different clubs, military club obstacle course and many other fun activities and food. We need your help to make this event possible!  Click here to find out more information about the committees and to find out how you can help.


Study participants needed

January 8, 2015

Driving simulator

Seeking participants (21+)  for a study investigating the effects of valerian on driving performance.  This study will be conducted by Dr. Kelan Thomas and colleagues at Touro University California.  The study involves two separate 2-3 hour sessions using the STISIM driving simulator.  IRB Approval Date: 12/6/2014.  IRB study number: P-2514.  For more information, please contact Ms. Joanne Canedo (M.S. Medical Health Sciences, Class of 2015) at joanne.canedo@tu.edu.


December 5, 2014

Seeking participants aged 44 and older for our study on driving performance.  For more information, please contact Ms. Kimberly Bohnert (M.S. Medical Health Sciences, Class of 2015) at kimberly.bohnert@tu.edu



Calendar

M.S. Medical Health Sciences Seminar and Workshop Series for 2014-2015

Basic Sciences Curriculum: Research Tuesdays 12 noon - 1 pm
Schedule coordinated and distributed by Dr. Paul Goldsmith. E mail. paul.goldsmith@tu.edu


Health Outcomes Curriculum: Resident Fellows Seminar Series
Schedule and materials coordinated by Dr. Kajua Lor. E mail. Kajua.Lor@tu.edu. Please consult advisor.

For all MSMHS-COP Students. Interview Workshops. Fall 2014 and Spring 2015
Specific dates to be arranged. Dr. David Evans. E mail. david.evans@tu.edu


Click here to access College of Pharmacy Student Resources (including calendars)

 
Last Updated: 2/20/15