PhD in Biochemistry Molecular Biology | IU School of Medicine
The program includes two years of course work and three years of conducting original research full-time, culminating in a PhD thesis. This program prepares graduates for careers in academic research and teaching or in the business and industry side of bioscience. At the end of the first year, students select a mentor and elective courses related to their chosen course of scientific study. Step-by-step application instructions are available on the Indiana Biomedical Gateway Program application page. Apply Successful applicants to the IU School of Medicine Biochemistry and Molecular Biology doctorate degree program have a strong background in the sciences with lab experience and grades of B or better in science-related coursework. The priority application deadline for fall semester admission to the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology PhD program is December 1st. The final deadline is January 1st.
Saint Louis University's doctoral program in medical family therapy prepares students to work within an integrated health care setting in collaboration with medical and mental health professionals. Coursework focuses on theory, practice and research in the field of couple and family therapy, with an emphasis on intervention in primary care medical settings and as adjunct health providers in specialty care. The doctoral program involves a minimum of 51 credits of coursework beyond the master's degree, plus comprehensive examinations and original research culminating in the dissertation 12 credits.
AIMU is pleased to offer exciting postgraduate research programs in Medical Education for domestic and international students. The study of Medical Education covers a range of topics related to learning, teaching, assessment and leadership within the context of training and education of medical professionals. Research in Medical Education may apply quantitative, qualitative or a mixed methods approach. These approaches may lead to the development of new theories or practices in Medical Education; design, implementation and evaluation of educational interventions; and systematic reviews and meta analyses on selected topics. All such studies are expected to advance the field of Medical Education.