Computational Cell Biology, Anatomy and Pathology

The MD-PhD required curriculum for the PhD consists of 72 credit hours from required and elective courses, drawn from these lists.

Prerequisites from the first two years of medical education curriculum

ANA 500 Human Gross Anatomy 6.0 cr

IMC 502

Fundamentals I

7.2 cr

IMC 504

Fundamentals II

3.8 cr

IMC 510

GI and Metabolism

5.5 cr

IMC 500

Medicine and Society

2.0 cr

IMC 602

Cardiovascular

5.2 cr

IMC 604

Pulmonary

4.0 cr

IMC 606

Neuroscience I

2.3 cr

  Laboratory Rotations  

Total

 

36.0 cr

Computation Cell Biology, Anatomy and Pathology requirements

PAS 514

Graduate Seminar 1.0 cr/sem
PAS 520 Microscopic Imaging 3.0 cr
PAS 530  Biomedical Pattern Analysis and Machine Learning 3.0 cr
MST 601 MD-PhD Seminar  1.0 cr/sem
PAS 650 Research 1-12 cr/sem

Computation Cell Biology, Anatomy and Pathology optional courses

PAS 501 Function and Visualization of Human Anatomy 3.0 cr
PAS 505 Microscopic Anatomy and Computational Methods 5.0 cr
PAS 599 Supervised Teaching 1.0-6.0 cr
BE 561 Introduction to Biomedical Image Analysis 3.0 cr

Elective MD-PhD courses, Advanced Topics courses

BMS 501

Cell Biology

4.0 cr

NRS 520

Neuroscience I 4.0 cr
PAS 605 Advanced Human Dissection 1.0-4.0 cr
PAS 607 Neuroanatomy Research 1.0-6.0 cr
PAS 613 Advanced Hematology 1.0-6.0 cr
PAS 811 Quantitative Neuroanatomy 3.0 cr