The Department of Pharmacology and Systems Physiology at the University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine currently offers a unique hands-on MS experience (thesis or non-thesis tracks) emphasizing drug discovery and preclinical pharmacology.
Sometimes undergraduate students are unsure how to pursue their scientific career goals. UC’s 1-year MS non-thesis and 2-year MS thesis track options offer many exciting opportunities for students to explore their scientific interests while discovering new career paths. As an interdisciplinary field, students study several aspects of preclinical drug discovery, safety, and development and are scientifically well-rounded, which creates numerous opportunities for UC’s Pharmacology graduates. One unique aspect of this program is the opportunity to interact with several invited speakers from UC’s drug industry partners (Johnson & Johnson, Covance, Eli Lilly, Battelle, Charles River) plus students gain hands-on research experience while working with expert UC and Cincinnati Children’s faculty. About half of these students use the program as a gap year experience, preparing for advanced academic training in the life sciences (MD, PhD, DMD, PharmD, DVM), with the remaining graduates employed in academia (teaching/research) or private sector enterprises (www.med.uc.edu/ms-in-pharmacology/alumni).
Applications for the 2018-2019 academic year will be accepted until June 1, 2018 or until the class is full.
Early applications are encouraged, and foreign applicants should apply before March 1, 2018.
For more information see the program’s website, www.med.uc.edu/ms-in-pharmacology , see this flyer UC MS in Pharmacology-u19xpu ,or email Katharine Hobbing at email@example.com.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is sponsoring undergraduate summer research opportunities at the University of Cincinnati!
This 10-week research program, which takes place between May 30 and August 4, 2017, will emphasize sustainable chemistry and chemistry related to health. There will also be an opportunity for students to present research findings at a regional or national meeting following the experience.
Also available to students will be opportunities to work with internationally renowned faculty, social programs, and on-campus housing and an accompanying meal plan. Additionally, a $5,000 stipend will also be paid to undergraduate researchers over 10 weeks of participation.
For more information about this program and to access the online application, click here. The deadline for the application is February 28, 2017 (or until positions are filled).
If you have any additional questions, please contact Dr. Anna Gudmundsdottir at Anna.Gudmundsdottir@uc.edu or via telephone at (513) 556-3380.
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The University of Cincinnati is currently accepting applications to their Graduate Program in Cancer and Cell Biology for the 2017-2018 school year.
This opportunity allows students to train in more than 40 labs, with 50 faculty members from the University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Research Center.
Students conduct multidisciplinary research projects to better understand the molecular mechanisms that underlie cancer development and progression. This research serves as the foundation for future of advancements in cancer therapy and diagnostics.
Acceptance to the program grants full financial support including tuition, a competitive stipend, and a health insurance plan.
More information available here.
Domestic applications are accepted until June 30 or until the class is full. International applications are due March 1. Early applications are encouraged.
The Department of Pharmacology and Cell Biophysics at the University of Cincinnati is offering a one-year, on-site, non-thesis MS program in Pharmacology that focuses on basic pharmacology, drug discovery, and safety pharmacology.
This program is designed to help prepare students for more advanced academic training in the life sciences in the future, or even employment in the pharmaceutical industry, contract research organizations, or regulatory agencies like the FDA or CDC.
Four years into operation, the MS program has had half of their graduates go on to PhD or MD programs, and 100% of students who applied to medical school were admitted.
For more information and to apply, click here.