The MD/PhD program allows students to supplement their medical degree with a PhD through one of the College's several graduate programs. Programs that offer a PhD degree include:
MD/PhD students learn the fundamental clinical aspects of medicine and receive advanced training in a specific field of research. Physicians with extensive research training are uniquely positioned to advance medical care and to teach at the cutting edge of medical discovery.
Congratulations to 2016 MD/PhD program graduates Oleg Alekseev, Chris Haas, Amrit Misra, Brian Latimer and Liz Crowe, pictured here with program director Jane Azizkhan-Clifford, PhD
Is the MD/PhD program for me?
The MD/PhD program is designed for a limited number of students who are strongly motivated toward a career as a physician scientist. An MD/PhD graduate's medical perspective along with their intensive research training can help advance basic, clinical and translational discoveries from bench to bedside.
If you're interested in Drexel's MD/PhD program please review the program requirements that provide more detail on the criteria students must meet.
Learn more about the MD/PhD program
To learn more about the MD/PhD program at Drexel University College of Medicine, we encourage you to explore the curriculum, meet our faculty, review the program requirements, learn how to apply and meet our students.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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