The Department of Physiology and Neurobiology offers a graduate study leading to the Ph.D. degree. The objective of the program is to educate students for careers as independent investigators and teachers in physiology and related fields. The MCPS program is joining the Program in Experimental and Molecular Medicine and Physiology and Neurobiology graduate studies comprise the Systems Biology theme of PEMM.
Guidelines for The Molecular, Cellular and Systems Physiology Graduate Program
The guidelines contain all the details about the program including: matriculation, orientation, advisers, program requirements, advanced standing, comprehensive examination, research rotations, advanced physiology courses, core elective courses, grade standards, course evaluation process, propositional examinations, thesis, performance evaluation, problem resolution, graduate representation at departmental meetings, vacation and leave policies.
Graduate Program schedule
Program and course schedule for the next two years.
Tuition scholarships and stipends are awarded to all U.S. citizens.
Qualifications and Requirements for Admission
Because the MCSP program is joining the Program for Experimental and Molecular Medicine, graduate study in Physiology and Neurobiology is encompassed in the Systems Biology theme of the PEMM program. As such, all admissions will be made through application to the PEMM program.