Goal 1: Design, conduct and defend original research in one’s field of expertise.
1.1 Integrate advanced knowledge and concepts in pharmaceutical sciences to identify a research problem, and to develop an appropriate hypothesis and design experiments to study the problem.
1.2 Demonstrate technical skills involving computer, laboratory, and other measurements necessary to be a productive scientist.
1.3 Analyze experimental data and compare results to theoretical predictions.
1.4 Effectively disseminate and defend one’s research both orally and in writing.
Goal 2: Apply analytical and critical thinking in reviewing scientific literature and evaluating research findings.
2.1 Read, accurately interpret, and critically analyze procedures (including error identification), results and conclusions from discipline-specific published research.
2.2 Identify potential errors in and limitations of key research studies related to one’s research focus, including studies conducted by the student.
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