Overview of the MS in Pharmacology & Drug Development
The MS degree curriculum is a series of required and elective courses focusing on basic and clinical pharmacology as it relates to drug development. In addition to significant coursework in translational pharmacology, students must also complete three elective courses and participate in weekly journal clubs and program seminars.
Students complete two laboratory rotations during their first year and typically begin their thesis research in June of year one. Students are guided in their research by their thesis advisor and the program faculty.
Overview of the MS in Clinical & Translational Research
The Clinical & Translational Science MS is designed for physicians or others with advanced health science degrees that are prepared for these fields of study. The MS program complements other professional training and prepare individuals for academic positions involving research or teaching in their disciplines.
The MS in Pharmacology & Drug Development is designed for students who have completed baccalaureate training and who are considering careers in the pharmaceutical industry or seek additional training prior to pursuing PhD training.
Health Science Campus
The Health Sciences Campus is home to Sackler, the Schools of Medicine, Dental Medicine, Nutrition, Tufts Medical Center and several research institutes.
The Tufts Clinical Translational Science Institute attacks problems in health-related research.