Nick's abstract was chosen as one of the top 6 abstracts for oral presentation at the meeting. He is currently supported by the T32 training grant in the Department. Congratulations, Nick!
Dr. Stein has accepted an NIH funded postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Psychiatry and the Translational Neurosciences Program at the Perlman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Stein will be continuing her studies on the neuroendocrinology of energy balance in the laboratory of Dr. Matthew Hayes.
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Department of Pharmacological and Physiology
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St. Louis, Missouri 63104
Our graduate program has achieved national recognition in graduate education and research. Since 1985 there have been 73 Ph.Ds awarded by members of the Department of Pharmacological and Physiological Science. In addition, members of the Department mentored 11 Ph.Ds awarded in Cell and Molecular Biology, 2 in Biology and 1 in Pathology. Many graduates of our program have prominant positions in academia, government and industry. The Department has had a continuous predoctoral Training Grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences since 1990. These prestegious and highly competitive grants are awarded to only a few select programs nationwide each year and is indicative of the quality of our program.
Entry into our graduate program is from three sources:
- Entry after successfully completing the one year Core Graduate Program
- Direct entry of advanced students (those with MS degrees or experience at other institutions) - Pharmphys Science Program
- Entry as MD/Ph/D students