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Planning to pursue a career as a physician or other health professional,
but looking to gain additional experience first?
Please join us for:
Information and Q&A Session
with Program Director Dr. Robert Freeman
Thursday, December 16, 5:30 – 6:30 PM, ET
Join via: Zoom
For additional information, contact our Program Coordinator
Rachel Zapata-Bermudez 

Our application for 2022 is now open

Education / Graduate Education / Master's Degrees / Master’s Degree in Medical Pharmacology

Master’s Degree in Medical Pharmacology

Freeman

Robert Freeman, Ph.D., Director

The overall objective of the MS program in Medical Pharmacology is to help talented college graduates develop stronger, more competitive academic portfolios for entry into professional programs in medicine (MD or DO), dentistry (DDS or DMD), veterinary medicine (DVM), or pharmacy (PharmD)], or PhD programs in the biomedical and health sciences.

Program Highlights

  • Two semester (9 month) program culminating in MS degree in Medical Pharmacology
  • Advanced instruction in cell and molecular physiology, medical pharmacology, and human anatomy
  • Core courses taught by the same faculty who teach 1st year medical students 
  • Wide variety of elective courses available to tailor your program
  • Exposure to the latest advances and breakthroughs in medical pharmacology through participation in journal club and seminars
  • Acquire expertise in a specific area of interest through completion of a primary literature-based Master’s thesis essay
  • Professional development activities and opportunities tailored towards assuring achievement of your career objectives
  • Financial assistance to reduce the cost of professional school exam preparation courses 

Curriculum

See course listings and electives of our comprehensive but flexible curriculum.

Our Faculty

See the research interests of our expert mentor faculty.

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Start your MS degree in Medical Pharmacology, apply now!

What Our Students Say...

Vabby Baker

"I wanted to develop my portfolio before entering medical school, and I knew my time would be well spent in an environment where I would be pushed to dive deeper into a biomedical type science.  The Pharmacology and Physiology faculty have done just that - fostered an environment where I feel the stretch that accompanies deeper learning, yet comfortable enough to speak out as I learn."

Vabby Baker

Medical Pharmacology MS Program Candidate

Contact Us

For information related to the Medical Pharmacology Master's Degree program, please contact:

 Rachel Zapata-Bermudez, Graduate Program Administrator
Pharmacology and Physiology
601 Elmwood Ave
Rochester, NY 14642
Office: (585) 275-1681
Fax: (585) 273-2652

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