Prospective Students

Emory University was recently rated by "The Scientist" magazine as the "#1 University in the world" in terms of impact in pharmacology and toxicology research. Particular strengths within the MSP program include neuropharmacology, cancer biology, AIDS research, cardiovascular pharmacology, toxicology, cellular signaling, structural biology and chemical biology. Trends in NIH funding rank Emory among the fastest growing medical centers in the USA. At Emory, your thesis research will be carried out with world-class investigators across all areas of the biomedical sciences in state-of-the-art research facilities. Ph.D. training in the Emory MSP program provides students with an ideal preparation for successful careers in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries as well as in academic research, teaching, government research, patent law and other disciplines that depend upon knowledge of fundamental pharmacological principles.

Emory welcomes students with disabilities and aims to ensure that no applicant is disadvantaged due to disability or impairment.