Clinical Biochemistry

Price: $395.00

Matthew Philpott, PhD

Dates: January 11-12, 2014 & February 1-2, 2014 ~ 9am-4pm (PST) Fee: $395 24 hours CE credit
Note: You need to be a licensed or license eligible clinical psychologist to register

 

This course is part of the Postdoctoral Master of Science Program in Clinical Psychopharmacology, and is offered as Continuing Education for psychologists who are potentially interested in applying to that Program.  Psychologists who take this course and pass the exam may transfer the course into the Master of Science program for academic credit, and tuition paid for the CE course will be applied to the tuition for the degree program. The course is taught via desktop delivery using a live interactive system called Elluminate.

Information about the Postdoctoral Master of Science Degree in Clinical Psychopharmacology can be found at psychopharm.alliant.edu and specific questions about the program should be addressed to psychopharm@alliant.edu

 


This course covers cell structure and function, amino acids and proteins, and DNA, RNA and mutations. Taught by Dr. Matthew Philpott, a psychologist and molecular biologist, the complex content of the course is both accessible and engaging.

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The Postdoctoral Master of Science program in Clinical Psychopharmacology provides in-depth, systematic training in clinical psychopharmacology to licensed or license-eligible psychologists. Classes meet approximately every third weekend for 28 months, using convenient desktop delivery of live interactive classes. Featuring great instructors, including psychologists John Bolter, John Preston and Morgan Sammons, psychiatrists, pharmacologists and neuroscientists, the program offers an expanded 450 hour curriculum. Its approach is based on the psychological model of pharmacotherapy and includes expanded coursework in neuropathology and special populations, including chronic diseases, gender and ethnic issues, and courses in child and geriatric psychopharmacology.

 

 

 
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