Pharmacology and Toxicology Master's and PhD Programs in.
PCL 1491H Clinical Pharmacology: Principles in Practice. Spring session: PCL 1100H Applied Skills in Clinical Pharmacology. PCL 1101H Technology, Techniques, and Translation in Pharmacology and Toxicology. Summer session: PCL 2200Y 0 Major Research Project. Plus. Elective courses (2.0 FCEs). Elective coursework is selected through consultation with the program director with the intention to.
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Pharmacology offers training in cardiovascular pharmacology, neuropharmacology, viral pharmacology, free radical biology, and drug development. Additional training programs exist in therapeutics, evidence-based medicine, and clinical investigation which reflecting the close association between the disciplines of anesthesiology, pharmacology, and therapeutics.
The objective of the M.Sc. (Thesis) and Ph.D. degree training programs is to provide in-depth independent research experience in a specific area of pharmacology. The program leading to a master’s degree is designed to provide students the opportunity to acquire knowledge in pharmacology, to conduct a research project, to analyze data, and to write a thesis. Students will also receive.
The Clinical Pharmaceutical Sciences (CPS) PhD degree program is designed for students interested in clinical research. The goal of the program is to advance the science of human pharmacology and therapeutics and to improve the safe, effective and economical use of medications by patients. The CPS PhD program is part of the Pharmaceutics and Translational Therapeutics (PTT) Division.
Applied Clinical Pharmacology (ACP) is a customizable two-year, course-based stream of the MSc program. Students in the ACP stream take a variety of interactive courses aimed at providing a broad foundation in pharmacology. This dynamic program encourages students to explore a variety of career interests through specialized coursework that includes clinical trial design, pharmacokinetic.
During the four year Clinical Pharmacology fellowship program, trainees complete a PhD in Clinical Investigation at the Johns Hopkins. US Citizens or permanent residents may be eligible for funding by our NIH-supported T32 Clinical Pharmacology Training Program. Others may be funded by ongoing research programs or other sources of fellowship support. The Department of Medicine at Johns.