£22,549 per year
Our graduate programs provide advanced research training in stem cell research, molecular genetics, pharmacology, and toxicology. The range of faculty projects and interests is outlined on the departmental home page and within individual faculty biosketches.
All graduate programs are tailored to meet the goals and expectations of the individual student. The department requires a minimum of core courses, thus allowing the greatest possible flexibility in program design. It is expected that students will earn the master of science degree within two to three years or the PhD degree within four to five years after enrolling
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