Acceptance to The Elmezzi Graduate School of Molecular Medicine will be determined by the admissions committee based on the application, letters of recommendation, supporting transcripts, Graduate Record Exam score, previous research experience, and an interview. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, with no deadline for submission. Decisions are made quarterly.
The Elmezzi Graduate School is specifically intended for a select group of medical school graduates who are highly qualified, have already demonstrated interest in clinical and/or basic research, and are motivated to pursue a research career that embraces both the basic and clinical biomedical sciences. The Elmezzi School admissions process considers both conventional graduate school admissions criteria, such as academic record, as well as the special abilities required to complete this ambitious program. The faculty and graduate program administrators provide mentoring and guidance to ensure the successful progress of all students. Click here to access the student handbook.
Applicants desiring advanced scientific research training must have an earned doctorate in medicine from an accredited US or international medical school, and apply within eight years of completing their formal clinical training. All applicants are expected to have mastered advanced courses in biochemistry, chemistry and human biology, and be well versed in supporting disciplines such as mathematics and physics before entering the program.
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