The Ph.D. Program offers seven areas of specialization, known as tracks.
As all the tracks have adopted the core curriculum, you can easily change from your initial track to another without losing time.
Biochemistry and structural biology, cell biology and genetics, cancer biology
Biomechanics, biomedical imaging, molecular biophysics, physiology
Laboratory-based, patient-based and population-based translational science
Mechanisms of immunity and inflammation, immune-mediated disease, vaccines and immune-based therapies, regenerative immunity
Cancer biology and therapy, regenerative medicine, pharmacogenomics and genetics, drug discovery, neurobiology and genetics of addiction, cardiovascular biology and therapy
Neurodegeneration, neuroregeneration, neurogenetics, neuroengineering, neuroimaging
Molecular biology of viruses, mechanisms of virus-host interactions, gene therapy, oncolytic virotherapy, cancer immunotherapy, vaccine development, tissue and genetic engineering using viruses
Nov. 04, 2016