The Walter S. and Lucienne Driskill Graduate Program in Life Sciences (DGP) is one part of Northwestern’s PhD Program in Life and Biomedical Sciences. The DGP is located on the Chicago campus within the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.
- DGP PhD Program
Get detailed curriculum and application information on our graduate program
- Biomedical Informatics Track in the DGP
Learn more about opportunities for individuals interested in pursuing careers in informatics. Students should have strong background in both biology and computaional science.
- DGP Dual Degree Program - PhD/Masters of Science in Clinical Investigation (MSCI)
Find information on our dual-degree program, a partnership with DGP and Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Sciences (NUCATS) Institute
- DGP Dual Degree Program - PhD/Master of Public Health (MPH)
Note - the DGP is not accepting applications for the PhD-MPH for Fall 2016
- Other Northwestern University Biology Programs
Discover other biological sciences-related programs available across Northwestern University; connect with programs related to professional development
Our sister program, Interdepartmental Biological Sciences Graduate Program (IBiS), is located on Northwestern's Evanston campus. Under the Northwestern University Life and Biomedical Sciences (NULaBS) umbrella, students in both programs can pursue coursework and laboratory rotations on either campus and take full advantage of the impressive array of resources available across all of Northwestern. Faculty from both campuses are collected in research clusters that unite faculty and students across the campuses.