Seminars are an important component of the Medical Pharmacology Graduate Program. Student and Program seminars are held weekly and are sponsored by the Graduate Program and the Department of Pharmacology.
After completion of formal courses and during the pursuit of the dissertation or thesis research, students are required to continue to attend departmental seminars for their term of residence in the Program.
Journal Club Schedule
1) Student Research Seminar: (PHCL 596B)
Wednesday, 12:00-12:50 p.m. AHSC 8403
This seminar is presented and scheduled by the students in the Medical Pharmacology Graduate Program. This seminar is highly recommended, but not required.
2) Program Seminars: (PHCL 596C)
Wednesday, 11:00-12:00 p.m. AHSC, 8403
These seminars are presented by students in the Medical Pharmacology Program, faculty within the University or from outside the University as guests. These seminars are presented by experienced scientists and consist of an update of recent research in the speaker's laboratory.
Students are required to register for PHCL 596C for the Fall and Spring Semesters and during their term of residence in the Program. Grades are calculated based on presentation and attendance.
First year students are not required to present a seminar, so their grade will be determined by attendance only.
Ph.D. students are required to present each semester while in the program.
M.S. students are required to present one (1) seminar.
MD/Ph.D. and PharmD/Ph.D students are required to present two (2) seminars.