Program in Experimental and Molecular Medicine
Director: Alan R. Eastman
Faculty: Professors D. Bartlett, M. Cole, R. W. Craig, R. A. Darnall, J. A. Daubenspeck, A. R. Eastman, R. I. Enelow, G. Fejes-Toth, V. A. Galton, R. Granger, A. I. Green, W. R. Green, P. M. Guyre, L. P. Henderson, J. Leiter, L. D. Lewis, R. Maue, A. Naray-Fejes-Toth, E. E. Nattie, W. G. North, R. J. Powell, W. F. C. Rigby, B. D. Roebuck, M. B. Sporn, B. A. Stanton, H. M. Swartz, J. S. Taube, C. R. Wira, H. H. Yeh; Associate Professors D. J. Bucci, J. DiRenzo, P.E. Holzheimer, W. Kelley, W. B. Kinlaw, C. H. Lowrey, R. B. Robey, Y. Sanchez, N. W. Shworak, M. R. Spaller, M. Spinella, P. J. Whalen, H. A. Wishart; Assistant Professors F. Briggs, B.C. Christensen, A. T. Gulledge, A.F. Kisselev, M. Kurokawa, S. Lee, P.J. Lenck-Santini, B.W. Luikart, C.J. Marsit, T. Miller, P.A. Pioli, E. Rzucidlo, R. V. Stan, C. Tomlinson; Research Associate Professors L.A. Flashman, A. L. Howell, M. J. Mulligan-Kehoe, M. P. Vincenti; Research Assistant Professor A. S. Andrew.
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Requirements for the Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.)
To qualify for award of the Ph.D. degree, a student must fulfill the following requirements:
- Satisfactory completion of the following required courses:
PEMM 101. Scientific Basis of Disease I
PEMM 102. Scientific Basis of Disease II
PEMM 103. Biostatistics
PEMM 124. Ethical Conduct of Research