Biomedical Science (BMS)
This is an integrated introduction to human disease and treatment based on core concepts in microbiology, immunology, and pharmacology, preparing students for detailed studies in subsequent courses.
This course will help students develop a foundational knowledge of the fundamental concepts of hematology, oncology and embryology so they can apply these concepts to body systems.
This courses will enable students to integrate the foundational and clinical concepts important to understand the disease of the musculoskeletal and nervous systems.
This course will use the disciplines of physiology, microbiology, pathology, and pharmacology to help students master the fundamental concepts necessary to understand the normal and diseased gastrointestinal system.
This course will help students master the foundational concepts and clinical correlations for diseases of three of the five vital organs, i.e., cardiovascular, renal and the respiratory systems.
This course will help students master the foundational concepts and clinical correlations for diseases of the endocrine and reproductive systems.
This course will bring together the concepts taught in earlier courses to address disorders of multiple organ systems.
Pre-req: BMS 600.
Published articles in the neuroscience literature will be presented by all class members. Each presentation will include background introduction methods, results, and discussion of the neuroscience research.
This course will give students a thorough understanding of basic epidemiology and study design and the biostatistics used the medical research.
This is a mentored journal club for graduate students covering selected areas of current interest in cancer biology research.
Students gain experience in teaching using a variety of methods in a supervised setting.
Intensive study of a selected topic or problem. Emphasizes independent study.
The goal of this course is to provide Year 4 medical students with an opportunity to conduct research in biomedical sciences under the mentorship of a basic science faculty member and to learn methods of research.