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Joint PhD Programs:
You may apply online to our joint PhD programs at the Rutgers Graduate School of Biomedical Science and Rutgers Graduate School New Brunswick with one easy online application.
During the application process, you will be asked to identify the
program to which you are applying. Below is the list of programs as
they appear on the Rutgers application web site. Note that there is no
program listing for "Molecular Biosciences." If you would like to
apply to the Molecular Biosciences umbrella program, simply choose any one of
the participating sub-programs (see below). The choice you make on
this application does not determine which sub-program you will
actually enter if accepted.
* These are Molecular Biosciences programs.
NOTE: If you are accepted to one of the programs, you will be enrolled in either Graduate School New Brunswick or Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences based solely on administrative procedures. Upon completion of the program, every student will receive a Rutgers University degree.
The following official documents must be received to consider your application complete:
If you are not able to submit these online, please send these documents to:
Office of Graduate and Professional Admissions
**All students accepted for full time study into the PhD program will receive tuition payment, paid health insurance and a competitive 12-month stipend.
Master of Biomedical Science and MS in Biomedical Sciences:
Visit the MS/MBS Application Information page for details and the link to apply online.
For more information send an email.
MS in Clinical and Translational Science:
Eligible applicants will have completed or be within one year of completing one or more of the following degrees: MD, PhD, DO, PharmD, DDS, DVM, or similar degree. Those with other professional degrees should contact the Program Directors: Dr. Ramsey Foty (732) 235-7482 or Dr. Debabrata Banerjee (732) 235-4154/6458 to discuss eligibility. In some cases, experience will substitute for the advanced degree requirement.
All applicants must submit their application and supporting documents by the deadline.
Students applying for admission to the MS or Certificate program in Clinical and Translational Science must visit this page for application instructions.
Click Here to download the application.
The following documents must be received to consider your application complete:
* Applicants possessing an advanced degree or currently enrolled in an advanced degree program are not required to re-take the GRE for entry into this program. Instead, these applicants should provide results of the entry examinations required for their specific degree or program (i.e. GRE, MCAT, DAT, etc). Waivers may be requested prior to application submission by contacting the Program Directors, Dr. Ramsey Foty or Dr. Debabrata Banerjee by mailing request to the firstname.lastname@example.org. The ETS Institutional code for GSBS at RWJMS is 2786. The departmental code for the program is 0699 (Health and Medical Science - Other).
Please return the completed application to:
Rutgers Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
A $65 non-refundable application fee is required for all applicants. Please make checks payable to Rutgers. All completed applications will be considered by the Clinical & Translational Science Admissions Committee.