International candidates with a strong academic background in the basic sciences, and who are seeking research-focused careers in higher education or the biotechnology and pharmaceutical fields, can advance their leadership opportunities through PhD programs at the Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences.
The Sackler School is globally recognized for its commitment to collaborative and interdisciplinary research solving important real world biomedical problems – from the most basic to bench-to-bedside research and beyond.
Sackler’s Basic Science Division offers PhD degrees in six disciplines:
The Basic Science Division also offers an MS degree in Pharmacology & Drug Development that is an ideal opportunity for international students seeking advanced training in this exciting area. This is a new program and applications are being accepted through April 15th.
In addition, the Clinical Research Division offers an MS and PhD program in Clinical and Translational Research. Students enter the PhD in Clinical and Translational Science after taking courses in the MS program and passing a qualifying examination.
The TUSM Office of International Affairs (OIA) can assist interested candidates in their applications for these programs. They can learn how to begin the application process in the Admissions section of the Sackler School Web site.