MED 601 - (0) (Y)
Cell and Tissue Structure
Cell and Tissue Structure is integrated with Physiology into a
year-long course that provides a correlated structure/function
approach to cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems.
MED 602 - (0) (Y)
The structure and function of the body. This is the basic biological
course in which students learn the morphological setting upon
which clinical knowledge and experience are built. In this course,
is approached from gross structural and embryological perspectives.
MED 605 - (0) (Y)
Medical and Molecular Genetics
An overview of the basic and clinical aspects of the rapidly
changing field of human genetics. The course begins with the
of inheritance: DNA structure, replication, transcription, and
translation. Included is the area of human cytogenetics and a
number of important clinical cytogenetic abnormalities.
MED 606 - (0) (Y)
This course establishes a perspective regarding the breadth of
the discipline of biochemistry, while starting to recognize the
importance of molecular biochemical detail.
MED 608 - (0) (Y)
Emphasis is on the structure and function of the central nervous
system. Neural disease is discussed to provide a context for
understanding normal neural function and to illustrate the reasoning
that uses an understanding of functional neuroanatomy to localize
MED 610 - (0) (Y)
An integrated study of the histology and physiology of the major
organ systems of the human body, including the autonomic nervous
system, cardiovascular system, urinary system, respiratory system,
digestive system, endocrine system, and reproductive systems.
MED 613 - (0) (Y)
MED 615 - (0) (Y)
Practice of Medicine I
The understanding of the patient’s humanity and how interaction
and treatment affect patients and their family and community. Provides
a format for actively learning the fundamental attitudes, skills,
and knowledge required of a physician.
MED 616 - (0) (Y)
Mental disorders and the clinical skills necessary to diagnose
and treat such conditions.
MED 618 - (0) (Y)
An identification of the most likely causative agents of disease
and how to appreciate differential diagnoses of infectious diseases
based on symptoms, epidemiology, and laboratory tests.
MED 622 - (0) (Y)
The study of pathology beginning at the cellular and molecular
level, examining the ways in which cells may be injured, adapt
to injury, or die.
MED 623 - (0) (Y)
MED 625 - (0) (Y)
Practice of Medicine II
An expansion of the student’s knowledge base to include clinical
information, differential diagnoses, pathophysiology, and treatment.
Develops problem-solving abilities and establishes the practices
of study and evaluation for use throughout a professional career.
MED 630 - (0) (Y)
The basic mechanisms of action of the major drug classes, the
fundamentals of their therapeutic use, and the major representative
MED 632 - (0) (Y)
A combination of the basic clinical sciences of biostatistics,
clinical epidemiology, health services research, and informatics,
aiming to provide a better understanding of the relationships
among biologic discoveries, patient characteristics, treatment
systems, and outcomes.
MED 642 - (0) (S)
As active members of the health care delivery team, students
on the medicine clerkship will have appropriately supervised
for their patients. During the inpatient rotations, a complete
written evaluation is done on approximately three patients per
MED 646 - (0) (S)
Obstetrics & Gynecology
The OB/GYN clerkship encompasses primary care women's health, normal
labor and obstetric complications, benign and malignant gynecologic
conditions, and basic surgical technique.
MED 648 - (0) (S)
Exposure to pediatric inpatients, ambulatory pediatric patients,
children with developmental problems and/or chronic diseases
such as nutritional problems, babies in the newborn nursery,
ill children, and one or more pediatric subspecialty outpatient
MED 650 - (0) (S)
Surgical physiology and anesthesiology (physiologic responses to
anesthesia and surgery), fluid and electrolytes, nutrition and
energy exchange, endocrine responses, cardiopulmonary-renal responses,
wounds including trauma (thermal and physical), inflammation, infections,
MED 652 - (0) (S)
The fundamentals of psychiatric assessment and the diagnosis
and treatment of psychiatric illness, including the common medical
and neurological disorders that relate to the practice of psychiatry.
MED 656 - (0) (S)
The clinical skills, knowledge, problem-solving skills, and professional
attitudes necessary to assess and care for patients in the family
Med 670 - (0) (Y)
The fourth year is predominantly an elective year. All students
must earn 28 elective credits, including an Advanced Clinical
Elective (ACE), plus complete four weeks of the Neurology clerkship
the Public Health course as requirements for graduation. There
are ten periods between the end of the third year and graduation
in May of the following year.
MED 671 - (0) (SS)
For August graduates finishing the Electives program.
MED 672 - (0) (S)
A firm grounding in fundamental neurological concepts, and in
the recognition and initial management of emergent and common
problems. The clerkship relies on the premise that students will
show self-directed learning with the experiences provided.
MED 673 - (0) (SS)
MED 675 - (0) (SS)
MED 676 - (0) (SS)
Summer Family Practice
MED 677 - (0) (SS)
Introduction to Generalist Medicine
MED 679 - (0) (SS)
MED 698 - (0) (Y)
MED 699 - (0) (Y)