Forms and Resources
- Start of Rotation Form
- Preliminary Examination Guidelines
- Annual Meetings and Reporting Requirements
- Annual Committee Meeting / IDP Form
- Publication Requirements for Graduation
- Individual Development Plan (IDP) Tool
- Requirements for Submitting Publications to PubMed
- Professional Development Opportunities for Graduate Students
All students are required to attend the course in Research Ethics. The course is designed as a weekend retreat at Grandover Resort in Greensboro prior to the start of the Fall semester.
The course provides the opportunity for students to discuss the principles of academic integrity in an interactive setting with fellow students and faculty. A detailed description is available on the Ethics Course web site.
All students are expected to attend the weekly departmental seminar series. This seminar series features leading national and international scientists who have made major contributions towards the elucidation of intracellular signaling pathways, thereby contributing important breakthroughs in multiple areas including cancer, genetics and development.
The seminar provides a unique opportunity for the students to interact directly with the speakers following the lecture. The full schedule of seminars is found on the Seminar Series page.