UC Davis Teaching
Dr. Rogawski lectures in the second year School of Medicine courses Principles of Pharmacology (PHA 400B) and Neurosciences (NEU 420).
With Heike Wulff, Dr. Rogawski teaches the graduate-level course Drug Discovery and Development (PHA 207), which is offered yearly in the Winter quarter. Library resources for the course are available here.
Dr. Rogawski offers the medical school elective Where Drugs Come From: How They are Discovered, Developed, Regulated and Marketed (NEU 440), which is available for fourth year medical students.
Dr. Rogawski participates in the Department of Neurology's Epilepsy Fellowship Program.
Dr. Rogawski is a member of the following graduate groups:
Physician Scientist Training Program
Dr. Rogawski is a member of the steering committee for the Physician Scientist Training Program (also referred to as the "M.D./Ph.D. Program") of the UC Davis School of Medicine
National NIH-Funded Course
Dr. Rogawski co-directs and is corresponding PI for the national course Training in Neurotherapeutics Discovery and Development for Academic Scientists supported by a 5-year grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke and the NIH Blueprint for Neuroscience Research.