PhD Program in Biophysics
The Medical College of Wisconsin Biophysics Graduate Program assists young scientists in developing the research skills they need to thrive in academic and clinical settings. Our PhD program offers two distinct tracks: Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Molecular Biophysics.
Biophysics Graduate Program
Interested in obtaining your PhD in biophysics? Find out what the Biophysics Graduate Program has to offer.Learn More
Biophysics Graduate Students
Our students fulfill their graduate education goals through research in MRI or molecular biophysics.Meet Our Students
Biophysics Graduate Faculty
Our faculty are experts in their fields, and offer hands-on training in an informal atmosphere.Meet Our Faculty
Information for Biophysics Graduate Students
Students in the Biophysics Graduate Program who directly matriculate into the program, or who enter the program via the Neuroscience Program or the Medical Scientist Training Program, are required to pass a qualifying examination in the summer of their second year in our program.
MRI Track Requirements
Certain coursework is required for the MRI Track of the Biophysics Graduate Program.
Grad School Forms
Forms needed during graduate school are detailed.