Anatomy and Cell Biology

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Graduate Degrees

The department offers both Master’s and PhD programs to fit a broad range of career interests—from biomedical research to anatomical teaching to advanced preparation for professional school. The degree programs are designed to capitalize on the faculty’s unique expertise in neuroscience, musculoskeletal biology, renal biology, and anatomical education research.

Master of Science in Anatomy and Cell Biology

Master of Science in Anatomy and Cell Biology

The MS in Anatomy and Cell Biology is an independent degree and not required as a prerequisite for the Anatomy and Cell Biology doctoral degrees. This degree is offered in two tracks: Research Track and Clinical Anatomy Track

Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Anatomy & Cell Biology

Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Anatomy & Cell Biology

The Anatomy and Cell Biology PhD program offers two pathways. The Biomedical Research Track prepares students for careers in biomedical research, and the Education Track prepares students for careers in anatomical teaching and educational research. PhD students matriculate into departmental research laboratories through the Integrated Biomedical Gateway Program which has a shared first-year experience that reflects the interdisciplinary nature of modern biological research.