The Intercollege Graduate Degree Program in Integrative and Biomedical Physiology—ranked among the top-10 physiology programs in the country—trains students to advance society’s understanding of how body systems work at all levels—molecular, cellular, tissues, and organs—and to apply that knowledge toward reducing disease and improving the health of individuals. The program’s recently awarded NIH Predoctoral Training Program in Stress Physiology includes a cutting-edge interdiscliplinary curriculum that prepares students to enter the 21st century biomedical workforce. To learn more, view a short video about our program.
- Ranked in the top ten by the National Research Council
- NIH Predoctoral Training Program focused on Stress Physiology and Biomedical Workforce preparation
- Pursue your interests in numerous areas of study
- Use a variety of disease models and approaches spanning cells to humans
- Faculty members hold primary appointments in many different departments
- Outstanding research facilities to train and support students
- Begin developing your own portfolio of innovative research in one of the following areas:
Opportunities for Underrepresented Minorities and Students with Disability
The physiology program actively recruits students of diversity and disability. Senior undergraduate students interested in gaining research experience may consider attending the Summer Research Opportunity Program (SROP) and STEM open house. Accommodations are available for students with disabilities. Students are considered for predoctoral trainee fellowship support.