New Therapeutic Development & Translation Doctoral Minor and Courses

August 6, 2019

Starting this fall, the IU School of Medicine will offer a doctoral minor program on drug discovery and development, from bench to bedside.  The goal of this degree minor is to provide prospective scientists and researchers the opportunity to jump-start their careers in biomedical science through learning how new medicines are discovered, developed and approved for human use.  The program courses will be delivered by industry experts with many years of combined experience in the field. This minor will serve as a strong supplement to any biomedical program.

The 12-credit program will be offered by the Division of Clinical Pharmacology, and will be anchored by the newly-developed CLPH-D 501 (Discovering Novel Treatments) & 502 (Developing Clinically Approved Medicines). The program will take learners on a journey through the entire drug discovery and development process.

Six other elective credits are required. Dr. Andrew Dahlem, Chief of the Division of Clinical Pharmacology will be serving as the minor advisor for the program. Dr. Dahlem recently joined IUSM after a distinguished career at Eli Lilly and Company where he served in several leadership roles in drug discovery and development.

CHPH-D 501 will begin this fall on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12-1:30pm in the MedSci Building MS 122 C/D. For more information, click here, or send an email to clinphrm@iupui.edu.

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Anna Carrera is the research communications manager for Indiana University's Precision Health Initiative, IU School of Medicine Research Affairs and the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute. She joined the team in June 2019 after working as a TV news reporter for ten years. She loves sharing stories about the great research being done across the state to improve the health of Hoosiers.

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