Rutgers Radiation Research Education
The Interdisciplinary MD/PhD Program is designed as a seven-year
integrated experience. The first two years consist primarily of
pre-clinical medical school courses. Laboratory rotations are performed
in the summer prior to entering medical school or following the first
year. Years 3-5 generally involve full time research towards the PhD
degree in a laboratory of your choice. The final two years of the
program focus on clinical experience. Coordination between the clinical
and research years is designed to facilitate a smooth transition
between aspects of the Program. A dedicated MD/PhD Journal club meets
regularly to further enrich the experience of students in the Program..
The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Rutgers Biomedical Health Sciences offers a multidisciplinary Ph.D. program. Students
that are accepted into the Molecular Biology, Genetics and Cancer (MBGC) track and may elect the subject area of Radiation Biology under the guidance of the faculty in the Department
of Radiology's Division of Radiation Research. Students may also apply for the Biomedical Engineering track.
The New Jersey Medical School Summer Student Research Program provides a unique eight-week research experience for New Jersey Medical School's first-, second-, and third-year medical students as well as undergraduate students enrolled in our combined BS/MD seven-year program. The Division of Radiation Research has sponsored numerous students in this program that have led to patent applications and publications in major journals.
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