Curriculum

We offer a personalized curriculum and multidisciplinary research programs, which provide you—the next generation of physicians and biomedical scientists—with a platform for education at the intersection between computation and experiments.

Depending on your undergrad background, and as early as in the first year as a student in our program, you may choose between different core curriculum courses (one in the fall semester and at least two in the spring semester). A number of advanced electives are offered in the second and third year of the program.

First Year - Fall

Course NumberCourse Title

BSR  1800

OR

BSR 1012

Systems Biomedicine

OR

Biomedical Science 

BSR 1010 Biostatistics 
BSR 5802 PST or SCB Seminars 
BSR 4801 Journal Club 
BSR 1006 Lab Rotation 
BSR 1003 Responsible Conduct of Research 

First Year - Spring

Course NumberCourse Title

BSR  1803

OR

BSR 3800

Systems Biology: Biomedical Modeling 

OR

Molecular and Systems Pharmacology

BSR 1802

 

BSR  1106

 

Quantitative Graduate Physiology

AND/OR

Intro. to Struct. Biol. & Mol. Biophys.

(you must take 2 classes from above list)

BSR 5802 PST or SCB Seminars 
BSR 4801 Journal Club 
BSR 1006 Lab Rotation

Second Year - Fall

Course NumberCourse Title

BSR 580

Advanced Elective* PST or SCB Seminars 

BSR 4801

Journal Club 

BSR 8000 Independent Research

Second Year - Spring

Course NumberCourse Title

BSR 5802

Advanced Electivee* PST or SCB Seminars  

BSR 4801

Journal Club 

BSR 8000 Independent Research Thesis Proposal

Third Year - Fall and Spring

Course NumberCourse Title

BSR 5802

PST of SCB Seminars 

 

Advanced Electives (optional)            

BSR 4801 Journal Club

Advanced Electives

Course NumberCourse Title

BSR 6806

PSB CMC: Programming in Sys Bio & Bioinformatics 

BSR 6403

Advanced Topics in Transcriptional Regulation 

BSR 2108 Structural & Chemical Approaches to Mol. Des.
BSR 3101 Computer-Aided Drug Design

*Minimum of two advanced electives required

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Application Deadline
December 1, 2015