Graduate Training in Medical Science, Certificate
The Graduate Training in Medical Science (GTMS) Certificate Program complements our existing doctoral programs in Biomedical Graduate Studies. The GTMS program was specifically designed for students who want to explore human biology and pursue research training at the interface of basic science and medicine. The GTMS program augments graduate training by offering courses that bridge basic and medical science and provides a foundation in the molecular basis of disease.
The GTMS program currently consists of 6 courses (4 required and 2 electives) and a 40 hour clinical clerkship experience. The curriculum requirements change from time to time to keep the program up to date and meeting the student needs.
|BIOM 502||Molecular Basis of Disease||1|
|BIOM 600||Cell Biology||1|
|CAMB/PHRM 532||Human Physiology||1|
|Select one of the following:||1|
|Immunology for CAMB|
|Introduction to Bioinformatics|
|Fundamentals of Computational Biology|
|'Bench to Bedside' Electives|
|Select two of the following: 1||2|
|Protein Conformation Diseases|
|Cancer Biology and Genetics|
|The Cell Cycle, Genome Integrity and Cancer|
|Topics in Molecular Medicine|
|Regulation of Eukaryotic Gene Transcription|
|Vaccines and Immune Therapeutics|
|Molecular Basis of Gene Therapy and Genome Editing|
|Emerging Infectious Diseases|
|Biology of Stem Cells|
|The ECM, adhesion receptor signaling, and translational biomechanics|
|Stress Responses in Metabolism and Cancer|
|Topics in Cancer Biology|
|Recovery After Neural Injury|
|Molecular Toxicology: Chemical and Biological Mechanisms|
|Fundamentals of Pharmacology|
|Total Course Units||6|
Any elective with clinical relevance may be a Bench to Bedside elective, subject to approval from the Program Directors. This list will be updated annually as new courses with clinical relevance may be offered and students are encouraged to suggest courses that they think will enrich their GTMS education.
Monthly seminar series
40-hour clinical clerkship
The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2020 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.