Graduate Training Programs

The Department of Pharmacology and Cancer Biology offers graduate degrees in both Pharmacology and Molecular Cancer Biology. The two graduate programs complement the diverse research interests of the department which broadly include cancer biology, cell biology, neurobiology, toxicology and pharmacology. The graduate programs are intended to reflect the interdisciplinary nature of the department and to promote collaboration. The curricula are designed to provide a strong foundation in pharmacology or cancer biology while maintaining flexibility to pursue elective courses tailored for the student’s future research interests.

Check out this video about our two graduate programs.