MS in Clinical and Experimental Therapeutics

Who should consider the Master’s program?

Clinicians who would like further training in bench work in the context of clinical care of patients, including PharmD students, residents and fellows.

Bench scientists who are interested in pursuing careers that require further training in clinical disease and therapeutic areas.

Individuals with a bachelor’s degree in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, bioengineering, or pharmaceutical sciences with an interest in advancing their career options in the pharmaceutical industry.

Stan Gee Louie

What kind of training will the master’s program provide?

“Our graduates will conduct research across clinical and basic science disciplines, integrating basic investigations and clinical observations in applied research to better understand disease processes, advance drug development and evaluate efficacy and toxicity or therapeutic regimens.”

Stan Gee Louie


Professor of Clinical Pharmacy and Director of Clinical and Experimental Therapeutics Program