Students are required to complete the minimum doctoral requirements of the MU Graduate School. These include 72 semester hours beyond the baccalaureate degree, including research and readings credits, to be approved by the doctoral advisor. Up to 30 hours of post-baccalaureate credit from an accredited institution may be transferred toward the doctoral degree. Further details are available online from the MU Graduate Studies. Resources for research in integrative anatomy, genetics, pathobiology, cancer biology and neuroscience include standard and special-use equipment in the departmental laboratories. Faculty and staff members provide guidance and practical supervision in clinical, translational, experimental and basic-science research.
For further information regarding the program, requirement and admission criteria, visit the Pathobiology Area Program.
- Undergraduate and postgraduate transcripts
- Letters of recommendation: 3 required
- Statement of purpose or intent
- Curriculum vitae (or résumé)
How to Apply
See the application requirements/process.
See the kinds of projects in which the faculty members in the anatomic pathology focus are involved.