Dr. Carol Casey
Students enrolled in MSIA - Clinically Relevant Basic Research will engage in and learn processes and methodologies affiliated with basic science studies that have translational relevance to the health of patients. Types of research considered clinically relevant include, but are not limited to the use of animal and cell culture models to examine mechanisms of disease; bio-modeling of disease states by technological approaches; and development of technology to study biological processes and diagnose and treat human diseases and medical conditions.
Students pursuing the MS degree (Thesis Option) in MSIA-Clinically Relevant Basic Research are required to complete the following courses:
|BIOS 806||BIOSTATISTICS I||3|
|One graduate-level course in Cell Biology or Molecular Medicine (selected with input from the Advisory Committee)|
|MSIA 899||MASTERS THESIS||1-9|
|Electives (4 courses)|
The student's Advisory Committee will determine elective courses.