Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs

Graduate programs whether degree granting or not are administered through the Office of Graduate Studies.  Contact the OGS for information on deadlines, applications, and prerequisites.

MD/PHD Scholars Program

Students who want a career in medicine and research can apply to the Medical Degree/Ph.D. Scholars Program. Training begins the summer prior to the first year of medical school where students participate in laboratory rotations to select a research mentor.  Read more about the MD/PhD Scholars Program here.

Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences (IGPBS)

The Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences (IGPBS) is a common entry program for Ph.D. study in the College of Medicine’s five Basic Science Departments and the Cancer Graduate Research Program.  Read more about the BRTP here.

CTR Mentored Scholars Program

The program is intended to serve as a pathway to accelerate the career development of these junior faculty members into independent CTR investigators. Scholars usually complete the curriculum leading to an MS or PhD degree in CTR within 3 years.  Read more.

Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA)

The purpose of the program is to encourage partnerships between biomedical scientists, science educators, and community leaders that improve K-12 student and public understanding of the health sciences.  Contact Maurice Godfrey for information (email ).