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Training Activities and Events

Throughout graduate training, students are expected to engage in scholarly activities, such as studying the scientific literature with the goal of integrating this new information into their own research questions, and attending lectures, journal clubs, and scientific meetings in order to keep abreast of the most recent scientific achievements. Meeting these and other expectations will foster a student’s professional development, establishing a scientific life-style of learning that will persist throughout the professional career. These activities include:

  • Department of Pharmacology Seminars
  • Works In Progress Research Seminars
  • Graduate Student Journal Club
  • Joel G. Hardman Student-Invited Pharmacology Forum
  • Department of Pharmacology Annual Retreat
  • Allan D. Bass Lecture
  • Elaine Sanders-Bush Lecture
  • Shockley Lecture
  • Paul D. Lamson Lecture
  • Informal Lunches with the Faculty