For admissions information, please contact Teresa Carlisle
An integrated program in biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences research, the Graduate
Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences offers students a diverse education covering areas
such as Brain and Vascular Pharmacology, Cancer and Endocrine Physiology and Pharmacology.
Drug Delivery and Formulation. Pharmacokinetics and Drug Metabolism, Immunology. Drug
Discovery, and Neurodegeneration and Neuroprotection.
We have a strong group of international students who are looking forward to very lucrative
careers in pharmaceutical industry, academia and governmental agencies.
We encourage you to consider joining our program and embarking on an exciting career
in pharmaceutical sciences.
Currently the Graduate Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences has available positions
for students pursuing Doctoral and Master's degrees. Students admitted to our PhD
program will be offered a research assistantship ($25,000 annually). Students admitted
to the MS program will be self-funded.
Positions are limited to available classroom and laboratory space and are awarded
on a competitive basis. For additional information see Admission Requirements.
Please contact the GPPS Graduate Program Coordinator for additional information.
- PhD - Summer/Fall: January 31
- MS - Fall: April 10
- PhD - Spring: October 15
- MS - Spring: October 15
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