1. East Carolina University: The University has designed Doctoral education and training programs in diverse contemporary research areas to be consistent with the rapid advances in the biomedical sciences. High - quality programs with small class sizes, personalized instruction, ready access to faculty members, frequent contact with a wide variety of health science professionals, and opportunity for interdisciplinary research are salient features of the university.
2. McGill University: The M.Sc. and Ph.D. Programmes of the university emphasizes on development of the intellectual and technical skills required for independent research. The department is well outfitted for graduate education and research in all areas.
3. Midwestern University, Downers Grove Campus: The University is concentrated on educating the health care team of the new century. The University has campuses in Downers Grove, IL, and in Glendale, AZ. The Biomedical Science Program offers Master of Biomedical Sciences (MBS) degrees at both campuses. Students interested in biotechnology, biomedical research, and the pharmaceutical industry can pursue the programmes. Successful students can also try for admission to post baccalaureate professional schools in the health sciences. Contact for any queries at Office of Admissions, 800-458-6253 (Downers Grove), 888-247-9277 (Glendale); E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (Downers Grove), email@example.com (Glendale). Official Website: http://www.midwestern.edu.
4. Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York University: The Graduate School of Biological Sciences at the campus offers Ph.D. and MSTP (MD / PhD). The school offer training in more than 200 laboratories. Students can choose from six multidisciplinary training areas. The School offers stipends, tuition, health insurance and housing for all students.
5. Northwestern University: The IBiS Graduate Program offers good research opportunities. The program’s focus is on creating independent, creative research scientists and professionals.
6. Saint Louis University: Research in the university mainly includes cell and molecular biology, population biology, systematics, speciation, signal transduction, biogeography, host-parasite interactions, microbiology, genetics and ecology, neurobiology, and other important areas. Reis Biological Station, St. Louis Zoo and Missouri Botanical Garden are available for field research. You can contact Dr. Joe Leverich, Graduate Program Director for any clarifications. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Website: http://bio.slu.edu.
7. San Diego State University: The University offers M.S. degrees in biology with focus on molecular biology, ecology, microbiology, physiology, and evolutionary biology. The University also offers Ph.D. programs in ecology in association with University of California, Davis and conducts Ph.D. in cell / molecular biology jointly with University of California, San Diego. For details of applications and other information, please contact Graduate Coordinator, Biology Department, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA 92182-4614. E-mail: email@example.com.
8. Stony Brook University, State University of New York: The University offers Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) which aims at training students for research and teaching in medical schools and research institutions. The MSTP is a completely funded program.
9. University of Miami: The University of Miami has qualitative research programs in neuro ethology, ecology, behavior, conservation, and evolutionary and tropical biology. Collaborative research studies are available with National Biological Service, Fairchild Tropical Gardens and the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) in Panama. Outstanding students will receive University, McLamore, and Maytag Fellowships.
10. Wright State University: The University conducts inter-disciplinary doctoral program in biomedical sciences. The program shall give in-depth training on contemporary life sciences. The university provides research opportunities and support in the areas of biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, chemistry, structural biology, physiology, applied biomedical computation, neuroscience, applied / predictive toxicology, immunology and epidemiology.