* Learning Goal 1 for Students: Attain marked ability, scholarship, research and leadership skills in areas of endocrinology and integrative physiology as they relate to improving animal and human health
* Learning Goal 2 for Students: Engage in and conduct original research in endocrinology and integrative physiology that relates to animal or human health.
* Learning Goal 3 for Students: Prepare to be professionals in careers that require training at the highest levels in endocrinology and integrative physiology as they relate to animal and human health
I. Endocrinology * Endocrinology
* Recent Advances in Endocrinology
* Exercise Endocrinology
II. Integrated Physiology
* Physiology of Reproduction
* Equine Exercise Physiology
* Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology
* Nutrition: A Biochemical and Physiological Basis
III. Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
* Molecular and Cellular Physiology
* General Biochemistry
* Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
* Molecular Biology of Cells
IV. Statistics * Basic Statistics for Research
* Design of Experiments
* Introduction to Biostatistics
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Personal statement, official transcript(s), resume, and three letters of recommendation
In your personal statement (500-800 words) describe your academic and research background. What are your current research interests and what is the most likely area of specialization that you would like to pursue? What are your career goals and where do you see yourself heading after the completion of your graduate program? Is there anything in your academic record that you would like to explain (e.g., GPA, GRE scores, a gap in degree completion)?
All first year PhD students are supported by departmental or university fellowships or graduate assistantships, which provide stipend, tuition remission, and sometimes student fees for the first year.After the first year, students will be supported by their advisors through fellowships and graduate assistantships.
There are also a number of multi-year fellowships available for advanced students through NSF and NIH training programs. BME also has a limited number of teaching assistantships for graduate students who demonstrate outstanding teaching skills.
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