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1 Fall 2013 Graduate School Course Offerings Degree and non-degree students Degree and non-degree students Ph.D. in Biomedical Science Ph.D. in Public Health Graduate Program in Public Health Master of Dental Science Master s in Clinical and Translational Research Combined Degree Programs

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS GRADUATE SCHOOL CALENDAR DEGREE STUDENTS: Registration Details Tuition and Payment Details Enrollment Schedule for M.D/Ph.D. Students... 7 Enrollment Schedule for D.M.D/Ph.D. Students... 8 Ph.D. Biomedical Sciences - Daily Schedule Ph.D. Biomedical Sciences Course Listing and Descriptions Doctoral Research, Dissertation Prep, and Continuous Registration 15 Master Of Clinical and Translational Research Course Offerings. 16 Master of Dental Science - Daily Schedule Master Of Dental Science Course Listing and Descriptions Master Of Public Health Course Listing and Descriptions Masters Research, Thesis Prep, and Continuous Registration 26 NON-DEGREE STUDENTS: Registration Details Fees and Payment Details Non- Degree Registration Form Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this booklet was accurate at the time of printing. Course offerings, financial charges and refunds are subject to change without notice. 2

3 FALL 2013 ACADEMIC CALENDAR Th. Mar 28 Registration for MPH, PhD & MSDS degree students begins Mon. April 08 Registration for non-degree MPH students begins Mon Aug 26 Official start of Fall semester and Ph.D. Fall Lab Rotations Mon Sept 02 Labor Day-No Classes Mon Sept 09 Last day to: Register without penalty [including Continuous Registration] Last day to drop a course without a W (withdrawal) Last day to add a course without permission of the the UCHC Graduate School Associate Dean PeopleSoft registration closes Mon Oct 28 Last day for graduate students to drop a course without major advisors written recommendation & special permission from Associate Dean of the Graduate School Th-Fri Nov Thanksgiving Break Fri Dec 06 Last day of Fall semester classes Wed Dec. 18 All grades are due! Sun Dec 15 All degree requirements for December conferral due: Fri. Dec. 13 final Ph.D. dissertation or Master s thesis and final exams 3

4 REGISTRATION FOR DEGREE STUDENTS: A) Log-In/Registration Instructions: 1. Go to PeopleSoft: 2. Enter User ID 3. Enter Password After you sign in, navigate as follows: 1. Self Service 2. Enrollment 3. Enrollment: Add Classes 4. Click Applicable Term (Fall 2013) 5. Enter Class Number (4 Or 5 Digit Number Which Can Be Found In Course Catalog) 6. Click Continue To Step 2 7. Click Continue To Step 3 Finish Enrolling B) Class Search: the feature to search for course information is available in PeopleSoft. All courses labeled GRAD are listed under the STORRS campus. All other courses (MEDS, DENT, CLTR or PUBH) are listed under the UConn Health Center campus in the drop down menu. C) Consent: certain courses require the consent of the instructor, and Independent Study and Lab Rotations require the filing of the forms below: or Completed forms are submitted to the Registrar s Office, AM039 for processing. D) Continuous Registration: ALL STUDENTS MUST REGISTER EACH SEMESTER TO MAINTAIN AN ACTIVE STUDENT STATUS. If you are NOT taking a course, you need to register for Continuous Registration, which is non-credit bearing but retains your status as an active student. The deadline for all registration including continuous registration is Monday, September 09, Students self-register for continuous registration based upon the appropriate option as described below: Master s students: Ph.D. students: Grad 5998 Special Readings (for Plan B non-thesis students) Grad 5999 Thesis/Dissertation Preparation (Plan A on file) Grad 6998 Doctoral students not yet engaged in dissertation research (not grad assistants) or writing; prior to passing the General Exam Grad 6999 Thesis/Dissertation Preparation after passing the General Exam. ** When searching for CONTINOUS REGISTRATION select the STORRS CAMPUS. ** 4

5 E) General Registration Information 1. Course registration and fee payment must be completed by the end of the first day of classes. 2. Open/self-enrollment runs through the tenth day of the Fall and Spring semesters. Please refer to the Graduate School Academic Calendar, pg. 2 of this publication, for specific dates. 3. After the tenth day of class, all enrollment adjustments require the student to complete a Schedule Revision Request form and return to the UCHC Registrar s Office for processing. Adding a Course: After the beginning of a semester, adding a course is at the instructor s discretion. After the fourth week of the semester, permission of the Associate Dean for the Graduate School is also required. Dropping a Course: Any course dropped after the tenth day will be reflected on a student s transcript with a W grade for withdrawal. Dropping a class after the ninth week (October 31 st ), requires written consent of both the advisor and the Associate Dean. Cancellation of course registration will not automatically drop a course from a plan of study. 5) Auditing a Course: A student may be permitted to register to audit a course under the following conditions: An audit card is obtained, completed, and submitted to the Registrar s Office, AM039. Regular fees for courses are paid (no fees for degree students registered for 9 or more credits) Courses audited will appear on the permanent record. The privileges of an auditor are limited. The auditor is not eligible to receive grades on any part of the course. F) General Billing Information 1) Payment is due by the first day of the semester. Failure to receive a bill does not relieve a student of responsibility for payment of fees by the specified due date. A student who fails to make payment on time of any outstanding bill may be barred from all privileges. Additionally, any pending University of Connecticut employment authorization may not receive approval or may be subject to cancellation. For registration completed after the first day of the semester, payment is due at the time of registration. 2) Refund Policy: Prior to the first day of the semester, a signed schedule revision card dropping ALL courses for which the student is registered must be filed with the Registrar s Office in order to be eligible for a full refund/cancellation of charges (less non-refundable fees). **No Refunds Will Be Issued For Dropping Any Class While Enrolled In Other Classes** Once classes begin, the refund is prorated; please refer to the University of Connecticut refund policy located at 3) Tuition Deferment: Students awarded financial aid may defer their tuition payments while awaiting the disbursement of their financial aid funds. A promissory note must be signed before the first day of the semester to enact this deferment. 4) Graduate Assistant Tuition Waiver: If you are classified as a graduate assistant and are entitled to receive a tuition waiver, you must provide a copy of your assignment authorization to the Graduate Bursar s Office at the time of registration if your source of funding is other than from the GPC. 5

6 TUITION & FEES In State Fees Credits Tuition Matriculation Activity Infrastructure Total 0 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 1, $ $ $ $ 1, $ 1, $ $ $ $ 2, $ 2, $ $ $ $ 2, , $ $ $ , $ 3, $ $ $ $ 3, $ 4, $ $ $ $ 4, $ 5, $ $ $ $ 5, $ 5, $ $ $ $ 6, Out of State Fees Credits Tuition Matriculation Activity Infrastructure Total 0 $ $ $ $ 1, $ $ $ $ 1, $ 3, $ $ $ $ 3, $ 4, $ $ $ $ 5, $ 6, $ $ $ $ 6, $ 8, $ $ $ $ 8, $ 9, $ $ $ $ 10, $ 11, $ $ $ $ 11, $ 13, $ $ $ $ 13, $ 14, $ $ $ $ 15, Continuous Registration for students who are not Graduate Assistants is $ For questions related to billing contact the UCHC Graduate School Bursar s Office at (860) Escrow Account: For students who are registering as a degree student for the first time, there is an additional one- time charge of $50 for the establishment of an escrow account. This deposit, minus any fines or deductions, is refunded by the bursar s office upon completion of the degree or notification of withdrawal. For graduate assistants who are receiving a fellowship, this fee is not covered by the fellowship and is the responsibility of the student. 3 rd Party Payment: If fees are to be paid by a third party, a letter from the agency or organization providing the funds must be submitted to the Graduate Bursar s Office, On-Line Payment Procedures: Credit Card or E-Check (credit card payments must be made on-line) Please follow the directions below to make payment on-line: Log onto PeopleSoft Enter your user id and password Click on: Self Service Student Center Make a Payment Once payment is completed you may view &/or print a receipt 6

7 Graduate School Enrollment Schedule for MD/Ph.D. Students During Years 1-4 in Medical School *Medical School courses are open to qualified graduate students only* First Year Medical Students Required Enrollment in the Graduate School MEDS 6456-F40 (13151) Human Systems Part A 6 credits MEDS 6404-F40 (13145) Correlated Medical Problem Solving Part A 2 credits MEDS 5309-F40 (13107) Molecular Basis of Disease 2 credits MEDS 6406-F40 (13146) Human Development and Health 1 credit (eff. as of Fall 13) Second Year Medical Students Required Enrollment in the Graduate School MEDS 6406-F40 (13146) Human Development and Health 1 credit MEDS 6407-F40 (13147) Mechanisms of Disease: Part A 4 credits MEDS 6414-F40 (13150) Adv. Correlated Med Prob Solving Part A 2 credits Third Year Medical Students Required Enrollment in the Graduate School MEDS 6411-F40 (13148) Clinical Practicum 12 credits Fourth Year Medical Students Required Enrollment in the Graduate School MEDS 6412-F40 (13149) Adv. Clinical Practicum 11 credits 7

8 Enrollment Schedule for D.M.D./Ph.D. Students- Fall 2013 First Two Years: Combined D.M.D. / Ph.D. students entering in the Fall of 2013 will be registered full-time in the School of Dental Medicine. They are required to maintain their status in the Graduate School by registering for Continuous Registration, GRAD Students have the option of registering for courses for formal credits but are not required to do so. Students should talk with Dr. Alan Lurie to determine their Graduate School registration during their first two years in the School of Dental Medicine. First Year: GRAD Continuous Registration Dental School (class# 4219) Second Year: GRAD Continuous Registration Dental School (class# 4219) Third Year: Ph.D. Program Studies Fourth Year: Ph.D. Program Studies Fifth Year: Ph.D. Program Studies Sixth Year: GRAD Continuous Registration Clinical Training (class# 4220) Seventh Year: GRAD Continuous Registration Clinical Training (class# 4220) 8

9 Ph.D Offerings - Daily Schedule Fall 2013 MONDAY 12:00 1:00 MEDS 6497 F41 MB and B Journal Club 12:00 1:00 MEDS 6497 F42 Cell Biology Journal Club 12:00 1:00 MEDS 5323 F40 Genetics and Developmental Biology Journal Club 1:15 2:45 MEDS 5341 F40 Molecular Neurobiology of Excitable Membranes 1: :00 MEDS 5418 F40 Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology 3:00-5:00 MEDS 5309 F40 Molecular Basis of Disease TUESDAY 9:00 10:00 MEDS 5329 F40 Immunobiology I (Aug Oct) 9:00-10:00 MEDS 5330 F40 Immunobiology II ((Oct Dec) 9:30 11:30 MEDS 5372 F40 Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience 11:00-12:00 MEDS 6445 F40 Skeletal Biology 1:30-- 2:30 MEDS 5351 F40 Biochemistry II 1:30 4:00 MEDS 5327 F40 Logic of Modern Biology 2:30 4:30 MEDS 5335 F40 Advanced Molecular and Cellular Immunology 4:00 7:00 CLTR 5359 F40 Principles of Clinical and Translational Research III 5:00 8:00 MEDS/BME 6450 F40 Optical Microscopy & Bio-imaging WEDNESDAY 9:00 11:00 MEDS 5327 F40 Logic of Modern Biology 12:00 1:00 MEDS 6497 F45 Neuroscience Journal Club 12:00 1:30 MEDS 6497 F44 Immunology Journal Club 1:15 2:45 MEDS 5341 F40 Molecular Neurobiology of Excitable Membranes 1: :00 MEDS 5418 F40 Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology 4: :00 MEDS 6455 F40 Introduction to Systems Biology 4:00 7:00 CLTR 5357 F40 Principles of Clinical and Translational Research I THURSDAY 9:00 11:00 MEDS 5329 F40 Immunobiolgy I (Aug Oct) 9:00 11:00 MEDS 5330 F40 Immunobiology II (Oct Dec) 9:30 11:30 MEDS 5372 F40 Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience 11:00-12:00 MEDS 6445 F40 Skeletal Biology 12:00-1:00 MEDS 6497 F46 Cell Analysis & Modeling Journal Club 2:30 4:30 MEDS 5335 F40 Advanced Molecular and Cellular Immunology 3:00---5:00 CLTR 5000 F40 Graduate Seminar in Clinical and Translational Res. 3:00---5:00 MEDS 5384 F40 Brain Microcircuits 3:00---5:00 BME 6086 F40 Brain Microcircuits 3:00---5:00 MEDS 5378 F40 Computational Neuroscience FRIDAY 12:00-1:00 MEDS 6497 F43 Skeletal, Craniofacial & Oral Biology Journal Club 1:00 3:00 MEDS 5351 F40 Biochemistry II 9

10 Ph.D. Course Offerings Fall 2013 MEDS 5309-F40 Molecular Basis of Disease (2cr.) (13107) The Molecular Basis of Disease is designed for first year MD/PhD students and first and second year PhD students. There are no formal requirements. This course investigates the molecular basis of a broad range of human diseases, starting with fundamental biological concepts and covering current controversies in disease mechanisms. The format is lecture, discussion, and group debate. The final exam is a news and views topic paper on one of the diseases covered in the course. Instructor: Kimberly Dodge-Kafka Dates: 08/26/13-12/9/13 Day/Time: Mondays 3:00 5:00 p.m. L2034 (MMSB Conference room) MEDS Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering (3) credits (Class #13949) Presents basic principles of biological, medical, and material science as applied to tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Students will learn how to select and design biomaterials for use as a scaffold to regenerate lost or damaged organs. Topic areas covered include: scaffold fabrication methods, in vitro and in vivo cell-biomaterial interactions, and pre-clinical test methods. Applications will be focused on musculoskeletal, skin and cardiovascular regeneration. Cross listed as BME 4710/ 5700 Instructor: P. Zorluntuna Dates: contact Dr. Zorlutuna for details as it will be taught at the Storrs campus only Day & Time: contact Dr. Zorlutuna for details as it will be taught at the Storrs campus only contact Dr. Zorlutuna for details as it will be taught at the Storrs campus only MEDS 5323-F40 Genetics and Developmental Biology Journal Club (1cr.) (13109) Reading and discussion of current research in the field of developmental biology with emphasis on molecular aspects. Periodic presentation of research papers and active discussion will be expected of all participants. Instructor: W. Mohler Dates: 08/26/13-12/16/13 Day & Time: Mondays, 12:00 1:00 p.m. R 1401(400 Farmington Ave) MEDS 5327 F40 Logic of Modern Biology (4cr.) (13108) Using a combination of lectures and small group discussions the course offers rigorous coverage of the fundamental genetic and biochemical principles that underlie some of the most important and interesting areas of biology today. The course spans a wide range of topics and students have the opportunity to interact with faculty in small group discussions of original papers as well as learning material presented in lecture format. Students also learn the fundamentals of grant proposal writing as part of the course. Permission of instructor required for enrollment. Instructor: G. Maxwell Dates: 08/27/13-12/11/13 Day/Time: Tuesdays 1:30p.m. 4:00 p.m. Discussion Session Wednesdays, 9:00am 11:00 a.m. Lectures Wednesdays only, EG052 Tuesdays, Room-TBA MEDS 5329-F40 Immunobiology I (2cr.) (13110) An overview of basic concepts in immunology including the development and function of cells that comprise both the innate and adaptive arms of the immune system.. Followed by MEDS 5330-F40. Students must register for each course separately. Instructor: K. Khanna Dates: 08/27/13-10/24/13 Day/Time: Tuesdays, 9:00 10:00 AM Thursdays, 9:00 11:00 AM EG052 10

11 MEDS 5330-F40 Immunobiology II (2cr.) (13111) This continuation of MEDS 5329 will consider how the immune system mediates hypersensitivity, autoimmunity and immunity to pathogens and tumors as well as how it responds to organ transplants and vaccination. Prerequisite: MEDS 5329-F40 or equivalent Instructor: K. Khanna Dates: 10/29/13-12/19/13 Day/Time: Tuesdays, 9:00am-10:00am Thursdays, 9:00am-11:00am EG052 MEDS 5335-F40 Advanced Molecular and Cellular Immunology (4cr.) (13112) This course is taught by faculty members in the Immunology Graduate Program, Medical School and Department of Immunology. The course covers basic concepts of immunology, using advanced publications from peer reviewed journals for in-depth group discussion. Some emphasis will be placed on relevance to human health and translational science. Students should have completed Immunobiology I and Immunobiology II before taking this course. These requirements may be waived by the course director on a case-by-case basis. Students are requested to notify the director when they register for the course Instructor: L. Cauley Dates: 09/05/13-12/19/13 Day/Time: Tuesdays 2:30-4:30pm Thursdays 2:30-4:30pm E6036 MEDS 5341-F40 Molecular Neurobiology of Excitable Membranes (3 cr.) (13636) Ion channels play central roles in many cellular activities, including membrane excitability and synaptic transmission. The purpose of this course is to provide students with an opportunity to learn about the structure, function, and biophysical properties of all major classes of ion channels, including potassium channels, sodium channels, calcium channels, chloride channels, TRP (transient receptor potential) channels, and ligand-gated channels (e. g. acetylcholine receptors). The main references for this course will be the book Ion Channels of Excitable Membranes by Bertil Hille (Third edition) and review articles on specific topics. In addition, selected classical research papers will be discussed. This is a discussion class. Students will be assigned papers to read and questions to answer before each class. Grades will be based on participation in the class discussion as well as a presentation at the end of the semester. Postdoctoral fellows and upper level graduate students are encouraged to audit this course and participate fully in the discussions. Faculty teaching this course (based on last year): Srdjan Antic, Duck O. Kim, Eric S. Levine, Leslie M. Loew, Richard Mains, Douglas L. Oliver, Achilles J. Pappano, Zhao-Wen Wang, Lixia Yue Please contact Dr. Zhao-Wen Wang if you need further information. Instructor: Zhao-Wen Wang Dates: 09/04/13-12/18/13 Day/Time: Mondays 1:15-2:45 PM Wednesdays 1:15-2:45 PM E-4036 (400 Farmington Ave) MEDS 5351-F40 Biochemistry II (Biophysical Methods) (3cr) (13637) Detailed understanding of biological processes in health and disease increasingly reduces to knowledge of behavior at the molecular level. This course provides an introduction to modern methods for investigating biological molecules and their interactions. Methods to be discussed include thermodynamic, optical, and structural biology techniques. In addition to lectures, practical application of the methods will be demonstrated. Instructor: Jeff Hoch Dates: 08/27/13-12/13/13 Day/Time: Tuesdays 1:30-2:30pm (lecture) Fridays 1:00-3:00pm (lab) L2034 (Tuesdays only) Fridays, Room (TBA) 11

12 MEDS 5372-F40 Cellular & Molecular Neuroscience (4cr.) (13113) This one-semester course is organized in the form of (1) seminars, (2) paper discussions, and (3) laboratory exercises using computer simulations. The first part (Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience) provides an introduction to basic concepts in the study of neurophysiology and molecular neurobiology, such as neurotransmitter synthesis and release, electrical and calcium signaling, cellular basis of memory formation and neurological disease. The second part (Developmental Neurobiology) investigates the principles and mechanisms that guide the formation of the nervous system from stem cells to the complex multicellular arrays needed for function. Topics include neural induction and directed migration; genetic and molecular regulation of lineage decisions leading to neurons or glia, etc. MEDS 5372 Course is an excellent addition to the strong stem-cell research effort at the University of Connecticut, focused on cell replacement therapies for severe neurological diseases. Prerequisite: College-level biology. Instructor: R. Mohan R. Bansal Dates: 09/03/13-12/05/13 Day/Time: Tuesdays, 9:30am 11:30 a.m. Thursdays, 9:30am 11:30 a.m. E4036 MEDS 5378-F40 Computational Neuroscience (3cr.) (13115) Students will study the function of single neurons and neural systems by the use of simulations on a computer. The course will combine lectures and classroom discussions with conducting computer simulations. This course is intended for graduate students and senior undergraduate students, and is a part of: Neuroscience Program, Univ. Conn. Health Center, and Biomedical Engineering Program, University of Connecticut. Permission of instructor required. Instructor: D. Kim Dates: 8/26/13-12/13/13 Day & Time: Thursday, 3:00pm-5:00pm E 4036 MEDS 5384-F40 (2cr) & BME 6086(3cr) Brain Microcircuits (13114) Brain Microcircuits is a course for graduate students who wish to undertake a detailed analysis of the neuronal and synaptic organization of the central nervous system. The focus of the course is the brain microcircuitry as seen in animals and man, the cell biology of the brain, gene expression, and mechanisms that govern the activity of networks of neurons. Students will learn about the relationship of structure to function and discuss the neurons and organizations that create specific brain regions. The emphasis will be on the nervous system in experimental animals used for neuroscience research. Students will have to opportunity to examine human and rodent brains, but the course assumes some prior exposure to neuroanatomy. The course is conducted in informal, small-group sessions and is designed for graduate students and upper level undergraduates who are engaged in research. Each week students are assigned a chapter in the text and lead the discussion of that chapter. Grades are based on classroom discussion and a final project or written report. Required texts: Shepherd G, Grillner S. (2010) Handbook of Brain Microcircuits, First Edition. Oxford Univ Press, ISBN13: ; ISBN10: Prerequisite: All students are expected to have some familiarity with neuroscience from previous courses. Graduate Students: An introductory neuroscience course is preferred, (e.g. PNB 5301, MEDS 5372, MEDS 5371). Undergraduates: Instructor consent for MEDS 5384 is required. BME students: Instructor consent required. Instructor: D. Oliver Dates: 8/26/13-12/13/13 Day & Time: Thursdays, 3:00-5:00 pm Room UCHC Distance Learning is possible 12

13 MEDS 5418-F40 Stem Cells & Regenerative Biology (3 cr.) (13117) Taught by a team of experts, this course is largely based on current literature. It is designed to introduce the basic molecular cell biology and genetics of embryonic and adult stem cells as well as the induced pluripotent stem cells (ipscs) and their differentiation into major cell lineages. The course will emphasize the use of stem cells in modeling human development and disease in a dish, and studying the mechanisms of disease and drug discovery, topics that should impact any major discipline of the biomedical sciences. Grade is based on class participation, paper presentation and writing a brief review article on a major recent development. Instructor: A. Das R. Xu Dates: 08/28/13-12/16/13 Day & Time: Mondays 1:30pm 3:00 p.m. Wednesdays 1:30pm 3:00 p.m. Conference Room E5036 MEDS F40 Skeletal Biology (2cr) (13638) A combination lecture and literature discussion course with a focus on the appendicular skeleton in development, homeostasis, disease and repair. Topics include limb skeletal patterning, endochondral ossification, genetic disorders of bone and cartilage, molecular and hormonal control of bone remodeling, mechanical stress and fracture, osteoimmunology, osteoarthritis, and bone and cartilage tissue engineering. The format is a one-hour lecture and one-hour discussion of an assigned paper every week. Evaluation is based on weekly written assignments and class participation. Instructor: E. Reichenberger Dates: 08/27/13-12/19/13 Day & Time: Tuesdays 11:00 12:00 p.m. Thursdays 11:00 12:00 p.m. E2036 MEDS F40 & BME 6450-F40 Optical Microscopy & Bio-Imaging (3cr) (13118) This course will cover several aspects of state of the art biological and biophysical imaging. We will begin with an overview of geometrical optics and optical and fluorescence microscopy, with an emphasis on instrumentation. The bulk of the course will focus on advanced imaging techniques including nonlinear optical processes (multi-photon excitation, second harmonic generation, and stimulated Raman processes), as well as laser tweezers and single molecule microscopy. Special emphasis will be given to current imaging literature and experimental design. Instructor: J. Yu Dates: 08/26/13-12/10/13 Day/Time: Tuesdays, 5:00 8:00 p.m. R1610 (400 Farmington Ave) MEDS 6455-F40 Introduction to Systems Biology (3cr) (13144) The course will guide students into a biology world as seen by engineers, physicists, mathematicians and computer scientists. We will discuss different kinds of predictive mathematical models and their dynamical behavior; stability, switching and stochasticity of a biological system; resources needed to start building a model; models exchange, simulation and visualization; public databases and software tools available for a modeler. The goal is to provide the necessary background to read modeling papers, choose Systems Biology resources that will help in biological projects, and be able to select a modeling technique appropriate for a given biological project. Instructor: M. Blinov I. Moraru Dates: 09/04/13-12/18/13 Day/Time: Wednesdays, 4:00 7:00 p.m. R 1673 (400 Farmington Ave) 13

14 MEDS 6495 Independent Study Must register in person (Completed Independent Study Registration forms must be submitted to the Registrar s Office in AM-039. Form can be found at A reading course for those wishing to pursue special topics in the biomedical sciences under faculty supervision. Consent of instructor required. Instructor: To be arranged To be arranged Credits: Vary MEDS 6496 Laboratory Rotation Must register in person (Completed Lab Rotation forms must be submitted to the Registrar s Office in AM-039. Form can be found at Instructor: Major Advisor To be arranged Credits: Vary MEDS 6497-F41 Molecular Biology & Biochemistry Journal Club (1cr.) (13119) Instructor: C. Heinen Dates: 09/09/13-12/16/13 Day/Time: Mondays, 12:00-1:00 PM MMSB Conference Room (L2034) MEDS 6497-F42 Cell Biology Journal Club (1cr.) (13120) Instructor: D. Han G. Fong Dates: 09/09/13-12/16/13 Day/Time: Mondays, 12:00-1:00 PM CVB Conference Room (E5036) MEDS (13121) 6497-F43 Skeletal, Craniofacial and Oral Biology Journal Club (1cr.) Instructor: K. Lee I. Kalajzic Dates: 08/30/13-12/06/13 Day/Time: Fridays, 12:00-1:00 PM EM029 MEDS (13122) 6497-F44 Immunology Journal Club (1cr.) Instructor: K. Khanna Dates: 09/07/13-12/21/2013 Day/Time: Wednesdays 12:00-1:30 PM L3094 MEDS (13123) 6497-F45 Neuroscience Journal Club (1cr.) Instructor: R. Mohan D. Kim Dates: 08/28/13-12/15/13 Day/Time: Wednesdays 12:00 1:00 PM E4036 MEDS 6497-F46 Cell Analysis and Modeling Journal Club (1 cr.) (13124) Instructor: M. Blinov Dates: 09/04/13-12/18/13 Day/Time: Thursdays 12:00 1:00 PM R 1401(400 Farmington Ave) 14

15 DOCTORAL RESEARCH CREDITS, DISSERTATION PREPARATION, AND CONTINUOUS REGISTRATION *GRAD 6950 Doctoral Research This course is to be used by those students who are candidates for the doctoral degree who are performing required research for the Ph.D. dissertation or DMA paper on a full-time basis. Other courses may be taken concurrently and students may hold a graduate assistantship. Full time-enrollment = total of 6 credits with an assistantship, 9 credits without. Section numbers equate to the number of credits. The class number is listed after the catalog number and section. GRAD (4208) GRAD (4211) GRAD (4214) GRAD (4209) GRAD (4212) GRAD (4215) GRAD (4210) GRAD (4213) GRAD (4216) The majority of Ph.D. students will register for this course for Doctoral Research Credits. GRAD Full-time Doctoral Research (3cr.) (4217) This course is to be used by those students who are candidates for the doctoral degree and who are performing required research for the Ph.D. dissertation or DMA paper on a full-time basis. No other courses may be taken concurrently. Students cannot hold graduate assistantships while taking this course. This course constitutes full-time enrollment. Instructor: Day/Time: Student s Major Advisor By Arrangement By Arrangement GRAD Full-time Directed Studies (3cr.) (4218) This course denotes that the student is participating in a full-time internship, field work experience, or other course of off-campus study required by the student s doctoral program. No other courses may be taken concurrently. This course constitutes full-time enrollment status. Instructor: Day/Time: By Arrangement By Arrangement By Arrangement GRAD Special Readings (Doctoral) (0cr) (4219) Non-credit course used for Continuous Registration for students, excluding Graduate Assistants, who have not yet passed the general examination. GRAD Dissertation Preparation (0cr) (4220) Non-credit course used for Continuous Registration for students, excluding Graduate Assistants, who have passed the general examination. 15

16 MASTER OF CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH Course Offerings FALL 2013 CLTR 5000-F40 Graduate Seminar in Clinical and Translational Research (3cr) (13094) The Introduction to Clinical Research Course, utilizing lecture, the textbook Designing Clinical Research by Hulley and Cummings, et al. (Third Edition) and practical application writing a research proposal, provides training in the methods of clinical investigation to physicians and other health professionals. Permission number is required. Instructor: Anne Kenny Day & Time: Thursdays 3:00-5:00 PM Start & End dates: 9/12/13 12/12/13 Surgical Research Center Conference Room, L-1099, UCHC CLTR 5357-F40 Principles of Clinical and Translational Research I (3cr.) (13095) This is the first core course in research methods in clinical and translational research. The course covers observational studies, case control and nonrandomized designs, survey research, experimental intervention studies, exposure, and genetic studies. Also covered are: Issues in human subjects research, research ethics, participant recruitment and retention, computerized data management, grant writing and searching the literature. (Open to students in the Master of Science program in Clinical and Translational Research only) Permission number is required. Instructor: Howard Tennen Day & Time: Wednesdays, 4:00pm-6:55 pm Start & End dates: 8/28/13 12/11/13 Surgical Research Center Conference Room, L-1099, UCHC CLTR 5359-F40 Principles of Clinical and Translational Research III (3cr.) (13096) This is the third core course in Research Methods, Biostatistics and Topics in Clinical and Translational Research. The course includes information on the FDA, Instrument Development, and Secondary Data Analysis. Other topics include writing and presenting scientific information. (Open to students in the Master of Science program in Clinical and Translational Research only). Permission number is required. Instructor: Richard Stevens Day & Time: Tuesdays, 4:00pm-6:55 p.m. Start & End dates: 08/27/13-12/10/13 MDL Classroom G (UCHC) CLTR 5407-F40 Clinical and Translational Research Practicum Variable credits (1-12) (13097) This course seeks to provide practical training in the formulation and conduct of clinical and translational research. Specific aspects that will be covered during the 9-12 total hours of the practicum will be: the identification of a specific research question and its specification as one or more aims, review of the relevant literature, and specification of the methods to be employed in the conduct of the study, including experience in recruitment and retention of subjects, an IRB application and HIPAA documents preparation. The student will initiate a research project and participate in data collection and analysis, culminating in a report of the findings. These activities will be monitored and mentored by a research advisor who is a member of the Graduate Faculty. (Open to students in the Master of Science program in Clinical and Translational Research only). Permission number is required. Instructor: Anne Kenny Day & Time: TBA Start & End dates: 08/26/13-12/13/13 TBA 16

17 MASTER OF DENTAL SCIENCE DAILY SCHEDULE FALL 2013 MONDAY 7:30am-9:00am DENT 5438 Craniofacial Growth & Development 5:15pm-7:15pm DENT 5437 Principles of Oral Microbiology & Infections TUESDAY 8:00 am-9:30am DENT 5435 General Pathology 5:15pm-6:45pm DENT 5439 Research Methods in Epidemiology WEDNESDAY 10:00am-12:00pm DENT 5440 Integrating Biotechnology with Clinical Dentistry THURSDAY 8:00 9:30 a.m. DENT 5444 Epidemiology of Oral Diseases: Interpreting the Literature FRIDAY 8:00--9:30am DENT 5457 Evidence Based Dentistry 1:00-3:00pm DENT 6463 Radiation Physics, Safety & Biology By Arrangement with Instructor DENT 5442 Biomechanics in Dental Science 2 DENT 5449 Perio-Pathobiology II DENT 5500 Oral Maxillofacial Diagnostic Imaging and Interpretation DENT 5502 Oral Maxillofacial Diagnostic Imaging and Interpretation DENT 6461 Clinical Radiation Sciences: Physics and Biology (Part A) Additional Course Offerings DENT 5495 Independent Study in Dental Science GRAD 5950 Master s Thesis Research GRAD 5960 Full-time Master s Research GRAD 5930 Full-time Directed Studies GRAD 5998 Special Readings (Master s) Continuous Registration No Plan A on File GRAD 5999 Thesis Preparation Continuous Registration Must Have Plan A on File GRAD Special Readings (Master s) Continuous Registration for Plan B (0cr.) (4262) Non-credit course used for Continuous Registration for students who do not have an approved plan of study on file who are not taken credit bearing course work in the Graduate School for the semester. GRAD Thesis Preparation- Continuous Registration for Plan A (0cr.) (4207) Non-credit course used for Continuous Registration for students who do have an approved plan of study on file who are not taking credit bearing courses in the Graduate School for the semester. 17

18 MASTER OF DENTAL SCIENCE COURSE OFFERINGS FALL 2013 DENT F40 General Pathology (2cr.) (13567) Instructor: Y. Frontera Dates: 9/10/13 12/17/13 Day/Time: Tuesday, 8:00 9:30 a.m. MDL Classroom (McManus room) DENT 5437-F40 Principles of Oral Microbiology & Infections (2cr.) (13098) This course provides an overview of microbiology and host-pathogen interactions in relation to oral diseases. Various topics will be covered including basic microbiology and immunology principles. These are intended to provide the students with necessary knowledge to further understand the mechanisms behind a variety of oral-related infectious diseases. The most common infections related to the oral cavity will also be specifically discussed including the microorganisms associated with them, the host responses they engender and the means for their control and destruction Instructor: P. Diaz Dates: 9/09/13 12/16/13 Day/Time: Monday 5:15pm-7:15pm L7106 Periodontology conf rm DENT 5438-F40 Craniofacial Growth & Development (2cr.) (13568) Instructor: M. Upadhyay Dates: 9/9/13 12/16/13 Day/Time: Monday 7:30am 9:00 a.m. L7075 DENT 5439-F40 Research Methods in Epidemiology (1cr.) (13569) Instructor: R. Aseltine Dates: 10/08/ /26/2013 Day/Time: Tuesday 5:15pm 6:45 PM LM034 Friend s Lecture Room DENT 5440-F40 Integrating Biotechnology with Clinical Dentistry (3cr.) (13570) Molecular, cellular and tissue mechanisms operating during normal and abnormal development. Illustrate current biochemical microdissections and tissue culture procedures as applied to developmental biology. Lectures and discussion Instructor: E. Rossomando Dates: 9/4/13 12/18/13 Day/Time: Wednesday 10:00am 12:00 p.m. L7075 DENT 5442-F40 Biomechanics in Dental Science 2 (1cr.) (13099) History and critical review of orthodontic appliance systems. The relationship between treatment planning and therapy is explored. Detailed biomechanical analysis of appliance therapy. Lectures, seminars and demonstrations. Prerequisite: DENT 5441 Instructor: R. Nanda Dates: By arrangement Day/Time: By arrangement By arrangement DENT 5444-F40 Epidemiology of Oral Diseases: Interpreting the Literature (2cr.) (13100) The goal of this course is to provide the student with a basic understanding of epidemiologic principles to enable the critical review of the literature and to provide a methodological framework with which to better understand basic statistics. An overview of the specific epidemiology of oral diseases will be provided. (Limited to 12 students) Instructor: D. Pendrys Dates: 08/29/13-12/12/13 Day & Time: Thursday 8:00am 9:30am L

19 DENT 5449-F40 Perio-Pathobiology II (3cr.) (13571) Instructor: G. Schincaglia Dates: By arrangement Day & Time: By arrangement By arrangement DENT 5457-F40 Evidence Based Dentistry (2cr) (13103) Instructor: D. Pendrys Dates: 08/30/13-12/6/13 Day & Time: Friday 8:00am 9:30am L6105 DENT 5500-F40 Oral Maxillofacial Diagnostic Imaging & Interpretation (2cr.) (13104) Seminar course examining interpretation of images produced by various techniques used in diagnosis of diseases involving the oral maxillofacial complex. Instructor: A. Lurie Dates: By arrangement Day & Time: By arrangement By arrangement DENT 5502-F40 Oral Maxillofacial Diagnostic Imaging & Interpretation (2cr.) (13105) Seminar course examining interpretation of images produced by various techniques used in diagnosis of diseases involving the oral maxillofacial complex. Instructor: A. Lurie Dates: By arrangement Day & Time: By arrangement By arrangement DENT 6461-F40 Clinical Radiation Sciences: Physics and Biology (Part A) (2cr.) (13106) Instructor: A. Lurie Dates: By arrangement Day & Time: By arrangement By arrangement DENT 6463-F40 Radiation in Oral & Max. Diagnostic Imaging (2 cr.) (class#15688) This is a lecture, seminar and discussion based course examining the fundamentals of the physics involving the most commonly used diagnostic imaging modalities in oral and maxillofacial radiology. The first part of the course will deal with the physics of plain film radiography, panoramic radiography, CT, CBCT, MRI.Fundamentals of digotal imaging will also be discussed. The last part of the course deals with radiation safety. Radiation safety measures and guidelines for practicing safe radiation techniques that will minimize the risk for patients and the operators during image acquisition will be discussed. Prerequisites and enrollment requirements: DDS, DMD, or equivalent degree Instructor: A. Tadinada Dates: 8/30/13-12/6/2013 Day & Time: Fridays, 1:00-3:00pm L-6064 DENT 5495 Independent Study in Dental Science (variable credits) Please Completed Independent Study Registration form and submit to the Office of the Registrar- AM Independent Study (MSDS or PhD Students only) A reading course for those wishing to pursue special topics in dental Science under faculty supervision Instructor: By arrangement Date/Time: By arrangement By arrangemen 19

20 GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN PUBLIC HEALTH COURSE OFFERINGS: FALL 2013 August 26 - December 19, 2013 David Gregorio, Director (860) Morgan Spencer, Program Coordinator (860) Barbara Case, Administrative Assistant (860) Lauri McCarthy, Administrative Assistant (860) NOTE: Master of Public Health and doctoral students are encouraged to register early to assure entry into courses of choice; registration for degree students begins on March 28, Registration opens for non-degree students on April 08, Thanksgiving Recess begins on November 24 and ends on November 30. SPRING 2013 PUBLIC HEALTH DAILY COURSE SCHEDULE: Location Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Farmington Research Methods* Health Administration* Law & Public Health* Epidemiology/Biostats I* Women, Public Health Comparative Health Public Health Public Health Agencies & Reproduction Systems Informatics Principles of Quality Imp Public Health Doctoral Topics in Intermed Infectious Disease Epi Research Seminar** Biostats Intro to Ergonomics & Exposure Assessment SAS Programming & Data Management Injury & Violence Prevention Htfd Online Storrs Leadership & Mgmt For Nonprofits Public Financing & Budgeting Business Functions For Nonprofits Critical Issues in Health Promotion Managing Public Money Race & Policy Quant Methods PublicAdmin Analysis for Mgmt Decision Making *Core MPH Courses ** PhD Courses Program Evaluation for Health Professionals Special Topics in Health & Wellness PUBLIC HEALTH COURSE OFFERINGS FALL 2013 *PUBH 5403-F40 Health Administration (3 cr.) (13125) Examination of past, present, and proposed approaches to the organization and management of health care services. Emphasis is on the role and functioning of the manager and the evolution of health care policy and trends as they affect managerial roles. Permission numbers required from Program office. Enrollment limit: 35 Instructor: Pamela Kilbey-Fox Date/Time: Tuesday, 5:30-8:30 PM, 8/27/13-12/17/13 Farmington, Lecture Hall A, LM036, Main Floor 20

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