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The Biophysics Graduate Program is designed to assist young scientists in developing the research skills they need to thrive in academic and clinical settings. 

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Biophysics Graduate Program

The primary areas of research are Magnetic Resonance Imaging research and Molecular Biophysics research.

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Biophysics Graduate Students

Our program offers an informal atmosphere where students are able to work closely with faculty members, other graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows.

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Biophysics Graduate Faculty

Biophysics Graduate Faculty

Our graduate faculty are experts in their fields, which are broadly defined as Magnetic Resonance Imaging research and Molecular Biophysics research.

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Information for Current Students

Qualifying Examination
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. 

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MRI Track Requirements

Certain coursework is required for the MRI Track of the Biophysics Graduate Program.

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Grad School Forms

Forms needed during graduate school are detailed.

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