Students / Doctoral Program / Laboratory Rotations
Laboratory rotations allow students to experience different laboratory techniques, begin networking and learn about the many possible paths pharmacology and toxicology graduate students can take. Students are encouraged to look through the pharmacology and toxicology faculty list and read about the different areas of research and contact faculty members about potential space and projects students could complete in their laboratory. Evaluations (pdf) are performed at the end of each rotation.
Students need at least 6 units of rotations. Students must participate in four, 5-week rotations during fall and winter quarters of the first year. At the end of each rotation, each student will give a short oral presentation on the project and will submit a short written report.