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1 Masters Degrees 44 Programs Average of 3 Master’s students per program Range 0-44

2 Ph.D. Programs 48 Programs Average of 26 Ph.D. students / program Range 5-60 Average time to Graduation is 5.1 years Percent leaving without a degree is 8%

3 Ph.D. Programs All subsequent data refers to Ph.D. Programs only

4 Admission Mechanisms YesNoTotal Umbrella Direct Admit391049

5 Department or Program DeptProgramTotal * *one program found neither description appropriate

6 Training Grant Support YesNoTotal Training Grant 36*1349 *Average number of slots 6

7 Core Curriculum YesNoTotal Core Curr Med. Pharm

8 Ph.D. Students in Medical Pharmacology YesNoTotal

9 Graduate Pharmacology Course YesNoTotal Grad. Pharm * Average of 85 hours *one program responded n/a

10 Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics YesNoTotal * Average of 25 hours *two programs responded n/a

11 Physiology YesNoTotal * Average of 51 hours *one program responded n/a

12 All data presented was self reported by attendees to the National Meeting of Directors of Graduate Studies in Pharmacology, July 21-23, Nashville, TN Contact hours for course work was estimated. Some respondents reported “semester hour credits” which were assumed to be one contact hour per week per 16 week semester and hours calculated accordingly. Questions contact: Joey V. Barnett, Ph.D. Vice Chair, Pharmacology Director of Graduate Studies in Pharmacology Associate Professor of Pharmacology, Medicine, and Microbiology & Immunology Vanderbilt University Medical Center Department of Pharmacology Preston Research Building Room Pierce Avenue Nashville, TN ph

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