Graduate education in Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Development (PSDD) provides training in research strategies in the design and development of novel therapeutic agents to improve human life in disease and health. The PSDD training area will provide translational sciences research training that bridges basic sciences and clinical research for the purpose of addressing the world’s challenges in unmet therapeutic needs. Research in pharmaceutical sciences encompasses multi-faceted, interdisciplinary drug development research.
Training in PSDD for the Ph.D degree with the Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program is described at:http://biomedsci.ucsd.edu/training-areas/pharma-sciences-drug-dev.html
This web site includes information for student applications to the PSDD Ph.D program.