Thomas Jefferson University

Medical Student Education

The Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics is engaged in the JeffMD curriculum through the Scholarly Inquiry program, a mandatory component that provides students with training and hands-on mentored research experience. Dr. Constantine Daskalakis leads the Scholarly Inquiry program and Drs. Walter Kraft and Adam Snook are Associate Directors of the Scholarly Inquiry Clinical and Translational Research track. For more information, please contact Genna Woodyard, Scholarly Inquiry Education Coordinator.

Furthermore, the Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics offers Independent Research Electives, including both basic science and early phase clinical research projects. Prior consultation is required before registering for an independent research rotation. For further information, please contact Dr. Walter Kraft.