Laboratory Rotations & Research

Young woman with long dark hair in research labThe graduate programs in Health and Pharmaceutical Outcomes require that, prior to the selection of a major adviser, the student become familiar with the research interests of the faculty. Students should meet individually with the faculty whose research is of particular interest or potential interest. Additional familiarity is gained through research and class projects.

After these preliminary meetings, the student decides with whom he/she would like to do his/her research. After consultation with and agreement of the faculty member, the student must communicate this decision to the program track director before the end of the Spring Semester during the first year.

Originally posted: September 3, 2014
Last updated: February 6, 2017
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