Courses

MED 180 MD,  Molecules and Cells

Integration and application of  biochemistry, genetics, cell biology, and normal cell structure and function to case-based clinical manifestations of human disease.

MED 181 MD, Structure and Function 

Integration and application of gross anatomy, embryology, and physiology  through case-based clinical manifestations, interactive lectures and integrative laboratory experiences.

MED 182 MD, Brain and Behavior 

Neuroanatomy, neurobiology, and human behavior in the context of the anatomy, development, physiology, and radiological features of the nervous system. Includes consciousness, perception, and emotion, how they relate  to clinical conditions, and clinical, pathological, etiological, and therapeutic options for neurological and psychiatric conditions.

MED 183 MD, Epidemiology & Biostatistics

Introduction to concepts in epidemiology and biostatistics such as:  study design, and methodology; how to interpret and critique analyses clinical studies; current epidemiologic problems informing scientific discuss ions of health problems; and addressing medical problems using biostatistics in medical research, and statistical methodology.

MED 184 MD, Foundations of Disease

 Integrated concepts in immunology; medical microbiology and infectious diseases; the pathological basis of human disease; pharmacologic principles and initial therapeutic decision making to lay the foundation for clinical medicine.

MED 185 MD, Mechanisms of Disease

Overview of the disease-specific concepts required to participate in patient care by integrating clinical medicine, microbiology, pathology, and  pharmacology into organ system modules, and the pathophysiology of diseases, the differential diagnosis of cardinal symptoms, and treatment modalities. Includes other concepts such as radiology and diagnostics

MED 191 CS,  Clinical Skills 

Explores concepts in doctor-patient relationships, patient interviewing,  physical exams, and basic counseling and clinical skills. Activities include peer and self-assessment skill building; physician's attitudes and  conduct sessions; clinical skills development; and medical humanities issues, including ethics, professionalism, and practice management.

MED 191 IE,  Interprofessional Practice

Interprofessional teams explore concepts from the core competencies of t he interprofessional collaborative: values and ethics for interprofessional practice, roles and responsibilities, communication, and teams and teamwork. Includes collaboration with other interprofessionals in different disciplines such as pharmacy, nursing, and social work.

MED 191 LP, Leadership Practice

This course will create a solid foundation in leadership by exposing learners to effective leadership approaches, skills and application exercises. Topics will include leadership: assessment (self and other), fundamentals, philosophy, skills, practices, and behaviors.