Graduate Studies in Biomedical Sciences
The Ruth and Bruce Rappaport Faculty of Medicine is committed to graduate training of the highest level. The diversity of pre-clinical and clinical research conducted in the Faculty of Medicine and in affiliated hospitals presents an opportunity for unique graduate training. We offer a flexible program that offers a combination of basic and clinical research, and provides training in diverse research areas. Graduate programs leading to either the M.Sc. or Ph.D. degrees are offered in a wide variety of disciplines within the areas of biochemistry, developmental biology, immunology, genetics, molecular and cellular biology, cancer biology, infectious diseases, neuroscience, microbiology, and evolution.
See here for available Ph.D. and M.Sc. positions.
The Faculty of Medicine is currently home to 250 graduate students. About 75 percent of the students enroll directly following their undergraduate work; others come with a master’s degree earned elsewhere. All graduate students are supported by full tuition scholarships, as well as teaching assistantships, research assistantships, or fellowships.
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