Medical Psychology Graduate Programs

Doctoral students of the Graduate School of Life Sciences of the University of Würzburg in the auditorium with Dean Caroline Kisker. Photo: Andrew Veal The Graduate School of Life Sciences is further supported by the Excellence Initiative. The picture shows some doctoral students and front and center Dean Caroline Kisker. Photo: Andrew Veal

Success in the Excellence Initiative: The Würzburg Graduate School of Life Sciences is also promoted in the next five years, with several million euros. The announced today the German Research Foundation (DFG).

Was started, the Graduate School of Life Sciences, the Graduate School of Life Sciences (GSLS), in 2006. An application to the University of Würzburg was at the time approved in the first round of the Excellence Initiative. At that time, the Graduate School began with around 70 PhD students, since research into their already over 300 young scientists.

It is supported interdisciplinary institution of five faculties - biology, medicine, physics and astronomy, chemistry and pharmacy, as well as philosophy II (Department of Psychology). The focus of the Graduate School are the structured training of doctoral students and the close link between biological science basic research with medical issues.

Recognized balance of the Graduate School

In the coming five years, the DFG graduate school. In addition to the Dean, Professor Caroline Kisker pleased from the structural biology of the Rudolf Virchow Center ". The experts have recognized the previous record of GSLS" These include 94 completed doctorates, each PhD project on average almost four scientific articles in international journals has contributed. Attributes this success to the Dean not least to the intensive support of the promotion projects through individual doctoral committee.

Also an important point in the track record: the Graduate School of Life Sciences has increased the degree of internationalization in biomedical research at the University of 20 to 30 percent. This was achieved through the targeted recruitment of excellent young scientists abroad.

Plans for the future

"The good balance alone but would not have been enough to get further support. We have also impressed with our plans for the next few years, "Kisker. In the future, the graduate school is no longer exclusively dedicated to PhD students, but also to offer special programs for master's students and postdoctoral fellows. In addition, the natural sciences are further interlocked with the medicine. Also medical theses are supervised GSLS in the future.

2007-05-28 10:06:24 by ThereAreNoQuickFixes

Ummmm, NO!

Dude, there are no colleges/universities with graduated math programs in the Boston area (or any area in the United States) that will let you into a program without having a strong undergraduate foundation in mathematics.
I went to Umass Boston for my undergraduate degrees (Computer Science, Psychology, Pre-medical studies). I looked into their graduate program in Mathematics (Master's). Basically, if you don't have a BA/BS degree in Mathematics, you will not get accepted. Even having a BS degree in Computer Science is not enough (which required a lot of math courses, almost equivalent the amount that one had to take to get a BA degree in Mathematics, except for about four courses less)

2009-12-23 16:15:35 by softlysinging

Either is fine

The difference between an BA and a BS is mostly a matter of school policy and won't matter for most graduate programs or medical schools. The exception for this is a few schools where you can choose a BA or a BS. For example at the University of Chicago you can get a BA in chemistry or take a couple more classes and get the BS in chemistry. In this case the BS really does mean more, but it doesn't sound like that is the case at your school.
As a child psychology student- I am getting a BS and I really believe that this is not disadvantageous in any way. In fact, it reflects the research required in my program

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