In addition to other first year required courses, students who matriculate in the PhD program in Biomedical Sciences or Neuroscience must take one of the three core courses, namely, Biomedical Sciences, Neuroscience or Systems Biomedicine, depending on their choice of training area. Upon completion of their first year core course with a grade of “B” or better, students can then choose from a number of advanced electives.
Learn more about the core requirements for a PhD in Neuroscience and PhD in Biomedical Sciences.
Learn more about the graduate courses offered at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Multidisciplinary Training Areas (MTA)
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- Cancer Biology (CAB)
- Developmental and Stem Cell Biology (DSCB)
- Design, Technology and Entrepreneurship (DTE)
- Genetics and Genomic Sciences (GGS)
- Immunology (IMM)
- Microbiology (MIC)
- Neuroscience (NEU)
- Systems Biology of Disease and Therapeutics (SBDT)
- Structural/Chemical Biology and Molecular Design (SMD)
MS & PhD Clinical Research
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Graduate Program in Public Health
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Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences