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The CU School of Medicine is top-ranked in primary care, pediatrics and family and rural medicine. We offer degrees in doctor of medicine, physical therapy, physician assistant, medical science in anesthesiology, genetic counseling, modern human anatomy.

Molecular Biology Program
 

Round Table


Once a month, our student-organized round table hosts a guest speaker and discusses topics pertaining to current research of interests.

 

FIRST YEAR STUDENTS
 
FALL SEMESTER
§  Core Course IDPT 7811, MTWRF, 8:00am – 10:00am
§  Core Course IDPT 7812, MTWRF, 8:00am – 10:00am
§  Core Course IDPT 7813, MTWRF, 8:00am – 10:00am
§  Core Course IDPT 7814, MTWRF, 8:00am – 10:00am
§  Core Course IDPT 7815, MTWRF, 8:00am – 10:00am
§  Topics in Human Genetics HMGP 7610 (Seminar)
§  Research in Human Medical Genetics HMGP 7650-0V1 and 0V2. 1 credit each
§  Winter Pre-rotational 2-page formal written paper, 2 weeks prior to beginning of second rotation
§  Fall Post-Rotational Seminar
 
WINTER ROTATION
§  Spring Pre-Rotational 2-page formal written paper, 2 weeks prior to beginning of Spring semester
§  Winter Post-Rotational Seminar
 
SPRING SEMESTER
§  Survey of Genetics HMGP 7600, 3 credits
§  Topics in Human Genetics HMGP 7610 (Seminar), 1 credit
§  Research in Human Medical Genetics HMGP 7650-0V3. 1 credit
§  Spring Post-Rotational Seminar
§  Preliminary Examination (late May and early June)
 
SUMMER SEMESTER
§  Doctoral Thesis HMGP 8990, 1 credit
§  Petition for Colorado Residency if not a resident
 
SECOND YEAR STUDENTS
 
FALL SEMESTER
§  Topics in Human Genetics HMGP 7610 (Seminar)
§  Research Hours HMGP 7650, 5 credits
§  Ethics in Research PHCL 7605, 1 credit
§  Research in Progress Seminar
§  Elective
 
SPRING SEMESTER
§  Topics in Human Genetics HMGP 7610 (Seminar)
§  Research Hours HMGP 7650, 5 credits
§  Elective (not required if completed last fall)
§  Prepare for Comprehensive Examination and form Committee
§  Research in Progress Seminar (not required if completed last fall)
§  Petition for Admission to Ph.D. Candidacy (min. 4 weeks prior to comprehensive examination date)
 
SUMMER SEMESTER
§  Thesis Laboratory HMGP 8990, 1 credit or HMGP 7650, 5 credits for Comprehensive Exam
§  Comprehensive Examination (must be taken during the summer semester, prior to the fall semester beginning your 3rd year)
                 Important: 5 research hours required when taking Comprehensive Examination
 
THIRD YEAR STUDENTS
 
FALL & SPRING SEMESTERS
§  Topics in Human Genetics HMGP 7610 (Seminar)
§  Thesis Laboratory HMGP 8990, 5 credits
§  Research in Progress Seminar
 
SUMMER SEMESTER
§  Thesis Laboratory HMGP 8990, 1credit
 
FORTH YEAR STUDENTS & BEYOND
 
FALL & SPRING SEMESTERS
§  Thesis Laboratory HMGP 8990, 1 credit
Important: 5 research hours required when taking Thesis Defense
§  Research in Progress Seminar
 
SUMMER SEMESTER
§  Thesis Laboratory HMGP, 1 credit
Important: 5 research hours required when taking Thesis Defense
§  Research in Progress Seminar