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About the Graduate Program in Anatomy & Cell Biology

The Anatomy & Cell Biology Program offers a modern collaborative training experience catering to the needs of the individual student pursuing an MSc or PhD degree. Our dedicated award-winning mentors and state-of-the-art facilities provide a rich training environment in which students can immerse themselves in one or more academic disciplines, including cell biology, neurobiology, anatomical sciences, and/or education scholarship.

The Biological Research stream is a research-intensive, thesis-based program designed to prepare students for a career as a research scientist in academia or industry. Students are given the opportunity to participate in ground-breaking research in important biomedical areas such as cancer, stem cells, stroke, addiction, schizophrenia, and more.

Our Clinical Anatomy stream offers a unique training experience consisting of course work, research, and hands-on teaching experience; and is intended to prepare the next generation of medical educators and scholars. Students have the opportunity to develop into effective educators and researchers excelling in the development of creative new teaching tools and the education of medical, dental, and allied health science students.