Profesores de The University of Chicago
"The university's bilingual program is clearly attracting a highly selective group of professionals in training who are becoming well equipped to contribute to health care both in their local communities and in the global health care environment.
It is rewarding - and lots of fun as an instructor – to see very intelligent and engaged students as they readily discover and then clearly articulate solutions to challenging health care case studies while, at the same time, working together in class as part of small teams and learning groups".
Richard R. Wilson, MD. Professor of Good Clinical Practices. The University of Chicago.
"The pharmacy students in the university’s bilingual program are exceptional. After the first day of teaching these students, I altered my course materials as I realized that these students were quite advanced. Their engagement, enthusiasm and knowledge in regards to clinical research and application was, and is, extraordinary. They are an enjoyable group of individuals to spend time with."
Clarice L. Copeman. Professor of Good Clinical Practices. The University of Chicago.
"The students were wonderful to teach in terms of their enthusiasm and interaction, specially in the two case study sessions. I wish to tell you that their performance was by far the best I have seen over the 20 years that I have being using them in their various forms. Your undergraduate students are undertaking work designed for taught postgraduate students in the UK and are performing at a higher level in my opinion"
Glyn Steventon, Programme Director MSc Applied Toxicology School of Biosciences and Medicine, University of Surrey, UK.
Lauren Wall, Director of Clinical Research/University Instructor at The University of Chicago
Santiago Alajarín, The University of Chicago 2015.