Collaborative and Interdisciplinary Programs

Biomed was one of the founding Departments of the Collaborative Specialization in Neuroscience Programme.  Neuroscience is currently one of the fastest growing areas of research and this programme provides students with the opportunity to complete research in a variety of topics of neuroscience. Students in the Collaborative Neuroscience Programme are required to complete two neuroscience-specific graduate courses along with the course requirements for their MBS, MSc or PhD degrees.

The Collaborative Toxicology Programme (MBS, MSc & PhD) is an interdepartmental collaborative programme that focuses on research and teaching in toxicology. Many students wish to complement their graduate studies by adding a collaborative programme. Students completing a collaborative programme not only gain in-depth understanding of their research area, but also how their research fits into the context of the collaborative programme. Students wishing to take a collaborative programme complete additional courses related to the collaborative programme in addition to the requirements of the other degree in which they are enrolled.

 

Contact us

Graduate Programs Services
Population Medicine Building #174, Room 102
bmsgrad@uoguelph.ca