The UTHSC Department of Pharmacology offers two graduate training programs. Doctorate (Ph.D.) degrees in pharmacology are awarded through the Molecular and Systems Pharmacology track of the Integrated Biomedical Sciences program. Masters (M.S.) degrees in pharmacology are also offered via an 11-month program that prepares students for additional medical or research training.
Faculty of the Department of Pharmacology are dedicated teachers and researchers with a broad range of expertise in pharmacology, making the department an excellent environment for graduate training.
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Students interested in applying can complete a pre-application form to facilitate priority application review. Completing the full application process is required to gain admission to all UTHSC graduate programs.
For further inquiries about the graduate program, contact Rennolds S. Ostrom, Ph.D.
Department of Pharmacology
Crowe Building Rm 115
874 Union Avenue
Memphis, Tennessee 38163
Alex Dopico, M.D., Ph.D.