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Master of Science in Medical Health Sciences

Welcome to the Master of Science in Medical Health Sciences (MSMHS) program at Touro University California.

This program is designed to enrich a students academic knowledge base as well as to strengthen a prospective medical students credentials for admission to medical school. This one-year program allows for an optional Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) preparation course, followed by both a rigorous graduate curriculum in the basic medical sciences and a semester long research internship with mentor faculty. 

The faculty at Touro University are committed to education and the development of innovative and effective educational strategies. Sudents will engage in a rigorous graduate curriculum, consisting of courses in all areas of basic sciences: Anatomy, Biochemistry, Neuroscience, Physiology, Cell Biology, Pharmacology, and Immunology and Microbiology. The content and rigor of these courses will be similar to medical school and will therefore offer students a sense of the challenges of a medical school curriculum. 

In addition to spring semester coursework, students will participate in a research internship in the spring semester with one of the faculty. This internship will culminate in an oral and written presentation. Students will have a broad range of research areas to choose from, including drug design for HIV, microbiology, ion channels, cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, neuronal development, obesity, and public health. 

After completion of the program, a student will have increased his/her basic medical science knowledge base, will have been fully engaged in a research project, and will have a much stronger application to medical school. 

We welcome any inquiries regarding our campus and our program and look forward to your participation in this program. 

Contact Us

Alan Miller, Ph.D. 
Program Director, Master of Science in Medical Health Sciences 
Associate Professor, College of Osteopathic Medicine
Office:  707.638.5235
Email:  alan.miller@tu.edu

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Last Updated: 7/27/12