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View videos about both the Medical Scientist Training Program; MSTP) and the Molecular & Developmental Biology (MDB) Graduate Program at the University of Cincinnati & Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
We invite you to consider the Molecular and Developmental Biology Graduate Program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, where world-class faculty train tomorrow's scientists.
The Molecular & Developmental Biology (MDB) graduate program, allows students to get a PhD at the University of Cincinnati and benefit from both institutions. The program emphasizes translational science, which aims to study and cure human diseases, particularly in children. Take a look at what the training and student life is like in Cincinnati, where the cost of living is low and graduate student stipends are competitive.
Take a tour of the Cincinnati Medical Scientist (MD/PhD) Training Program at the University of Cincinnati. MD/PhD students at the University of Cincinnati typically complete their first two years of medical school and then shift their study to graduate school training. Upon successful completion of a PhD thesis, students then return to medical school and complete their final two years of clinical training.
Interested applicants should:
Selected applicants will be invited to an all-expenses-paid-interview with both MSTP and MDB programs and the most competitive applicants will meet with Dr. Whitsett.
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