MS in Clinical and Translational Science Curriculum

Required Courses - choice of 6, totaling 18 credits

Credits

Semester

Instructor

CTSC5105S--Perspectives in Translational Pharmacology
Mondays, 4:15-7:15pm          
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Note room change Research Towers Room V14

3

F

Welsh

CTSC 5101S--Ethics and Regulations in Clinical Research
Tuesdays, 4:30-7:30pm                  
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New Location: MEB Room 283

3

F

Petrova

CTSC 5103S-- Clinical Biostatistcs
Wednesdays, 4:30-7:30pm                
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Note room change Research Towers Room V14

3

F

Kuo

*PHCO 0502 Principles and Methods of Epidemiology
*with special permission of Program Directors
Tuesdays, 3:00pm to 5:50pm

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     3        S George Rhoads

CTSC 5106S--Grant Writing for Clinical Research
Wednesdays, 4:30-7:30           
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New Location: Research Tower Room V12A

3

S

Banerjee

CTSC5102S--Practical Aspects of Clinical Trial Design
Thursdays, 4:30-7:30pm    (Prerequisite = CTSC 5101S) 
New Location: Research Tower Room V12A

3

S

Dr. Sturgill

Elective Courses - choice of 2, totaling at least 4 credits

 

 

 

CTSC 5107S-- Special Topics in Clinical Research
(Pre-/co-requisites; CTSC 5101S and CTSC 5102S)  -- This course accepts a limited number of students.  Please discuss plans with instructors before registering.   
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2

F/S

Dr Gaur and Dr. Hsu

MICR 6060S (RU# 16:681:671) -- Topics in Translation of Research to Medicine

1

F

Millonig/

Schein

PHAR 5605S (RU# 16:718:680) -- Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology:  Principles of Drug Action and Targeting
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3

F

Jin

PHAR 5581S (RU# 16:718:603) -- Genomics in Cancer Therapeutics (offered every other year -- Spring 2012, Spring 2014, etc)
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     3        S    Sabaawy

MICR 6003 (RU# 16:681:530) -- Introduction to Molecular Medicine (offered every other year -- FALL 2015, 2017, etc)
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     3        F

Shi/Nanda

EPID 0657 -- Applied Epidemiology Research Methods   
Thursdays, 6:00-9:00pm

Room 2A SPH Building

     3
      F
Dr. Melissa Santorelli  
Thesis Project - Total 8 credits

CTSC 5108S--Topic to be determined by student and mentor

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2-8

F/S

Banerjee

MSBS 7000S -- Thesis Continuation

1-8

F/S

Banerjee

TOTAL: 6 required courses, 2 elective courses, 1 thesis         30

**Additonal elective courses may be selected from other graduate programs offered through GSBS at RWJMS, such as certain Rutgers graduate level courses. Please note, ALL electives must be approved by one of the CTS program Directors and are subject to appropriate course sharing agreements. Not all Rutgers graduate courses are available to MS CTS students. Information for many courses can be found at http://sis.rutgers.edu/soc/.

Students must complete a Cross Registration Form (available from GSBS or the Program Directors) to register for Rutgers courses.

CERTIFICATE PROGRAM REQUIRES COMPLETION OF REQUIRED COURSES ONLY (18) Credits

Many courses are offered in the late afternoon/evening time frame to accommodate working professionals.

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