Paul Cunningham, Dean and Senior Associate Vice Chancellor for Medical Affairs
Richard Franklin, Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies
The Departments of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Microbiology and Immunology, Pharmacology and Toxicology, and Physiology participate in the doctor of philosophy in biomedical sciences (effective November, 2016). The Office of Research and Graduate Studies also offers the degree of doctor of philosophy in interdisciplinary biological sciences. The educational objectives of these doctoral programs are to foster scholarship, critical analysis, and creative research activity in a particular field of study. In selecting candidates for admission, admission committees give careful attention to individual aptitudes and career goals and design their curricula to complement the students’ baccalaureate experiences. Each candidate is encouraged to acquire a broad understanding of human biology in both health and disease and to gain authoritative knowledge in a specific area.
A master of science in biomedical sciences is offered through the Office of Research and Graduate Studies. A master of public health is offered through the Department of Public Health , along with three post-baccalaureate certificate programs (community health center administration , ethnic and rural health disparities , public health foundations and practice ) and a dual MD - MPH degree .
Courses are offered by a number of Brody School of Medicine departments beyond those offering graduate programs. These courses cover a range of topics, such interdisciplinary rural health education (IRHE), medical humanities (HUMS), comparative medicine (CMED), neuroscience (NEUR), oncology (ONCO), pathology (PATH), and radiation oncology (RONC). If you are interested in these courses, please see your academic advisor.
Information about the Brody School of Medicine, including the school’s history, mission, and programs, is available on the school’s website.