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Welcome to the TAMHSC College of Medicine's Office of Graduate Studies (OGS). Since the establishment of the first medical sciences graduate program in the mid 1980's, we have provided outstanding research training for our graduate students through our Ph.D. in Medical Science. Our faculty also participate in several interdisciplinary graduate programs, including Genetics, Neuroscience and Toxicology, as well as the recently established M.S. in Education for Healthcare Professionals (EDHP).

Important features of our College of Medicine based Medical Science Ph.D. include:

  • Multiple campuses (Bryan/College Station, Temple, Houston, and Dallas) with distinct research strengths
  • A flexible and interdisciplinary curriculum with seven focus tracks that allows our students to have a highly personalized and individually tailored training program
  • Being a part of Texas A&M University (TAMU), a Tier 1 research university, our students have the opportunity to take courses at TAMU and to choose TAMU laboratories for their dissertation research, thereby greatly expanding the research options and providing access to scientific areas not typically seen in medical schools (e.g. veterinary medicine, chemistry and engineering)
  • An average time to graduation of just over 5 years, which is considerably below the national average of 6.5 years

 

As Vice Dean for the graduate programs based in the College of Medicine, I am delighted by your interest in our programs and hope that you give us strong consideration as you examine programs around the country. We are committed to a culture of excellence and diversity, and our goal is to provide outstanding research training that produces skilled scientists and critical thinkers who are competitive for a variety of career options including academics, biotech, health care and government. Please explore our site fully, and if you have questions please contact our Graduate Office for more detailed information.

Sincerely,

Van G. Wilson, Ph.D.
Professor and Vice Dean for Research and Graduate Studies

Last edited by: ebutton 11/18/2014

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