CONGRATULATIONS
 

VALERIE MCMURTRY (April 2015)
for completion of PhD

MICHAEL VALENTINE (May 2015)
for completion of PhD

FERDOUS KADRI (May 2015)
for completion of PhD

WHITNEY NICHOLS (July 2015)
for completion of PhD

DAVIEL CARDENAS (September 2015)
for completion of PhD

EVELYN NASH (October 2015)
for completion of PhD



 

 


Education and research opportunities leading to the degree of  Doctor of Philosophy

Candidates for admission should have demonstrated research interest as well as theoretical and laboratory training in general biology, inorganic and organic chemistry, physics, and mathematics.

Incoming students are expected to devote their first year to courses and laboratory training designed to aid them in selecting the area in which they would like to do research. Areas available for research include microbial pathogenesis, virology, immunology, mycology, parasitology, and bacteriology. The first semester for incoming students begins in early August.

The academic year consists of three terms: the fall term runs from mid-August through mid-December; and the spring term begins in January and runs through May. Students normally spend the summer term engaged in full-time research.

For specific requirements for the MIP department  please see MIP requirements. We are currently accepting applications for Fall 2017.  Successful applicants will begin studies in the Fall semester.

You can find forms and information at Graduate Application Forms.

For inquiries not covered in the links above, please email MipApp@lsuhsc.edu