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Master of Science in Pharmacy
Memorial University of Newfoundland, Newfoundland and Labrador
Language of instruction
English
Co-op available
No
Distance Education
No
Level
Master's degree
Program website
School of Graduate Studies
Area of Study
  • Pharmacology
  • Pharmaceutics and drug design (MS, MSc, PhD)
  • Medicinal and pharmaceutical chemistry (MS, MSc, PhD)
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Language of instruction
English
Co-op available
No
Distance Education
No
Level
Bachelor's/First professional degree
Program website
Faculty of Science
Comments
For information about this program see: http://www.mcgill.ca/study/faculties/science/undergraduate
Area of Study
  • Pharmacology
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Language of instruction
English
Co-op available
No
Distance Education
No
Level
Bachelor's/First professional degree
Program website
Faculty of Science
Comments
For information about this program see: http://www.mcgill.ca/study/faculties/science/undergraduate
Area of Study
  • Pharmacology
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Ph.D. in Medical Sciences
McMaster University, Ontario
Language of instruction
English
Co-op available
No
Distance Education
No
Level
Doctorate
Program website
School of Graduate Studies
Comments
Blood and Vasculature; Cancer and Genetics; Infection and Immunity; Metabolism and Nutrition; Neurosciences and Behavioural Sciences; Physiology/Pharmacology.
Area of Study
  • Biomedical sciences, general
  • Cell/cellular biology and histology
  • Virology
  • Immunology
  • Human/medical genetics
  • Physiology, general
  • Reproductive biology
  • Pharmacology
  • Neuroscience
  • Behavioural sciences
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PhD in gastrointestinal sciences
University of Calgary, Alberta
Language of instruction
English
Co-op available
No
Distance Education
No
Level
Doctorate
Program website
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Comments
Specializations: Physiology, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Pharmacology, Immunology, Immunopharmacology, Microbiology, Nutrition, Parasitology, Pathology, Epidemiology, Host-Pathogen Interactions.
Area of Study
  • Biochemistry
  • Molecular biology
  • Parasitology
  • Immunology
  • Microbiology and immunology
  • Physiology, general
  • Pathology/experimental pathology
  • Pharmacology
  • Epidemiology
  • Nutrition sciences
  • Medical scientist (MS, MSc, PhD)
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M.Sc. in Medical Sciences
McMaster University, Ontario
Language of instruction
English
Co-op available
No
Distance Education
No
Level
Master's degree
Program website
School of Graduate Studies
Comments
Blood and Vasculature; Cancer and Genetics; Infection and Immunity; Metabolism and Nutrition; Neurosciences and Behavioural Sciences; Physiology/Pharmacology.
Area of Study
  • Biomedical sciences, general
  • Cell/cellular and molecular biology
  • Virology
  • Immunology
  • Human/medical genetics
  • Physiology, general
  • Reproductive biology
  • Pharmacology
  • Neuroscience
  • Behavioural sciences
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MSc in Pharmacology (Vancouver)
University of British Columbia, British Columbia
Language of instruction
English
Co-op available
No
Distance Education
No
Level
Master's degree
Program website
Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
Comments
The graduate program in Pharmacology was established in 1951, and currently includes programs in cardiovascular pharmacology, neuropharmacology, viral pharmacology, free radical biology, and drug development. Additional training programs exist in therapeutics, evidence-based medicine, and clinical investigation. The pharmacology graduate program has strengths in basic science as well as translational research. The graduate program in Pharmacology is a component of the newly formed Department of Anesthesiology, Pharmacology & Therapeutics, and formalizes the Department's historical research and academic interactions. Within this new structure, additional research programs reflecting the close association between the disciplines of anesthesiology, pharmacology, and therapeutics are now available. Courses in pharmacology are taught at the undergraduate science, medical, dental, and graduate levels. The program adheres to an 'apprenticeship' model of graduate training, in which graduate students work in close collaboration with a faculty member who is also their graduate supervisor. The program has strengths in projects covering a wide range of scientific and clinical areas of investigation. The primary aim of our graduate training program is to provide students with the skills necessary to conduct research in pharmacology and therapeutics that can be published in first-rate journals. Thus, an important factor in an applicant's admissibility is a matching of research and professional interests of the student and a faculty member within the program. The Department has facilities available for original investigations in cellular, biochemical, viral, autonomic, cardiovascular, clinical, and neuropharmacology. - Faculty of Medicine - Coursework + Thesis required - possible program start dates in January, July, May, September - further information at http://www.grad.ubc.ca/prospective-students/graduate-degree-programs/master-of-science-pharmacology
Area of Study
  • Pharmacology
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PhD in Pharmacology (Vancouver)
University of British Columbia, British Columbia
Language of instruction
English
Co-op available
No
Distance Education
No
Level
Doctorate
Program website
Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
Comments
The graduate program in Pharmacology was established in 1951, and currently includes programs in cardiovascular pharmacology, neuropharmacology, viral pharmacology, free radical biology, and drug development. Additional training programs exist in therapeutics, evidence-based medicine, and clinical investigation. The pharmacology graduate program has strengths in basic science as well as translational research. The graduate program in Pharmacology is a component of the newly formed Department of Anesthesiology, Pharmacology & Therapeutics, and formalizes the Department's historical research and academic interactions. Within this new structure, additional research programs reflecting the close association between the disciplines of anesthesiology, pharmacology, and therapeutics are now available. Courses in pharmacology are taught at the undergraduate science, medical, dental, and graduate levels. The program adheres to an 'apprenticeship' model of graduate training, in which graduate students work in close collaboration with a faculty member who is also their graduate supervisor. The program has strengths in projects covering a wide range of scientific and clinical areas of investigation. The primary aim of our graduate training program is to provide students with the skills necessary to conduct research in pharmacology and therapeutics that can be published in first-rate journals. Thus, an important factor in an applicant's admissibility is a matching of research and professional interests of the student and a faculty member within the program. The Department has facilities available for original investigations in cellular, biochemical, viral, autonomic, cardiovascular, clinical, and neuropharmacology. - Faculty of Medicine - Doctoral study - possible program start dates in January, July, May, September - further information at http://www.grad.ubc.ca/prospective-students/graduate-degree-programs/phd-pharmacology
Area of Study
  • Pharmacology
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H.BSc. in Pharmacology (Specialist, Major)
University of Toronto, Ontario
Language of instruction
English
Co-op available
No
Distance Education
No
Level
Bachelor's/First professional degree
Program website
Faculty of Arts and Science
Comments
Part of the Life Sciences Undergraduate Program. Offered with the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy.
Area of Study
  • Pharmacology
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