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Driskill Graduate Training Program in the Life Sciences

The Walter S. and Lucienne Driskill Graduate Training Program in the Life Sciences was established in 1990 to serve as an umbrella program for graduate student training in all basic science and clinical departments at the medical school.

We provide a structure for comprehensive, interdisciplinary training in modern biomedical sciences and allow graduate students maximum flexibility in choosing courses of study, research interests and thesis advisers. ”

Cara J. Gottardi, PhD
Director, Driskill Graduate Training Program in the Life Sciences
Cara J. Gottardi, PhD

Overview

The program is designed to give its students flexibility in choosing courses, research interests and thesis advisers at the medical school while offering them a strong foundation in the modern sciences. Students can earn a PhD degree in one of their nine curricula.

Program Length: Must complete in 9 years, course material typically finished in first two years

Program Size: 33 students per year

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Eligibility and Program Requirements

For more information, please visit the program website's Admissions & Application page.