Our thesis-based master's and PhD programs offer students a multidisciplinary research environment that promotes creativity and leads to academic excellence. Often this takes form in collaborative thesis research between our innovative basic and clinical research faculty, thus creating opportunities for world class research that cannot be established elsewhere.
Course requirements are flexible, allowing us to tailor our training to match the needs of our diverse students.
Research areas are diverse and well funded:
- analytical and environmental toxicology
- biopreservation (cryobiology)
- molecular, anatomical, and cancer pathology
- clinical chemistry
- virology and microbiology, and
- hematology, hematopathology and transfusion medicine.
A wide range of careers is open to our graduates.