Graduate Programs Questions
Applicants should have a bachelor’s degree in a biological or related discipline (e.g., psychology, chemistry, engineering, physics).
Although there are no absolute prerequisites, courses in general biology, cell/molecular biology, calculus, general physics, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, and biochemistry are encouraged.
Strong candidates will have research experience in a laboratory setting (including publications of abstracts and/or papers), an excellent academic record and GRE scores, excellent letters of recommendation from scientists who know the candidate well, and the motivation to pursue state-of-the-art biomedical research.
For more information please contact the Department of Graduate studies at