The Graduate Certificate in Clinical Pharmacogenomics was designed to meet the needs of clinicians interested in incorporating pharmacogenomics and precision medicine principles into practice. Course content will provide an overview of scientific concepts and pragmatic factors influencing clinical implementation of pharmacogenomics in various practice settings, including foundational knowledge of genetics and pharmacogenomics, implementation science principles and quality assurance and communication within clinical programs.
This 11-credit program can be completed in 1 year (12 months) or three semesters. Typically, most students opt for the one-year plan, while some working professionals may take more than one year to complete. Students have up to seven years to complete the program from the date of admission. Please note that students who not enroll in at least one class for more than two consecutive semesters will become inactive and need to reapply for readmission into the program.
Clinical Pharmacogenomics Graduate Certificate
|Course #||Course Title||Credits||Weeks|
|PHA 6134||Foundations of Precision Medicine: Genomic Technologies||1||5|
|PHA 6443||Case Studies in Clinical Pharmacogenomics||3||16|
|PHA 6935||Clinical Pharmacogenomics Implementation||3||16|
|PHA 6935||Foundations of Precision Medicine: Genetic Epidemiology||1||5|
|PHA 6120||Foundations of Precision Medicine: Pharmacogenomics||3||16|
*These five required foundational courses (11 credits) must be completed to earn a Graduate Certificate with a concertation in Clinical Pharmacogenomics issued by the Graduate School of the University of Florida.