920 - CORE PRINCIPLES OF MEDICINE I / Credit 9. This block includes integrated material in basic principles of Biochemistry, Cell Physiology, Pharmacology, and Micro/Gross Anatomy related to structures in the thorax, back, upper extremity and abdomen. Prerequisite: Admission to medical school.
921 - CORE PRINCIPLES OF MEDICINE II / Credit 6. This block includes integrated material in basic principles of Biochemistry, Genetics, Pharmacology, and Micro/Gross Anatomy related to structures in the pelvis, lower extremity, and head/neck. Prerequisite: Completion of MEID 920.
936 - NEUROSCIENCE / Credit 9. Integrates a basic knowledge of brain/spinal cord structure, vulnerability to injury and disease, the resulting dysfunctional consequences and CNS pharmacotherapeutics available to clinics caring for patients with brain disorders or injury. Addresses related first and second year clinical competencies required to prepare students to begin clinical training in the third year of the medical curriculum. Prerequisite: Completion of Phase I and MEID 935.
982 - CORE CLERKSHIP IN SURGERY / Credit 15. Clinical surgery with workup of patients and participation with the clinical faculty in preoperative evaluation, operative procedure and postoperative care. Participation in clinical rounds, conferences, emergency room, and formal classroom activity. Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of year two of the medical curriculum.