Program in Biomedical Science and Engineering: Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology

(Ph.D.)

The Program in Biomedical Science and Engineering: Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology (PBSE-MCD) track offers a Doctoral degree. 

Important: Transcripts and Letters of Recommendation are required of all applicants. Read the Application Instructions page for full details.

Below are specific requirements also needed for this program:

  • General test GRE scores are not required. Subject test is not required.

  • Application materials needed include:

    • ​Résumé

  • Statement of Purpose is not required.

  • Research Interests Statement (pdf):

    • What would you like to study in graduate school and how does research in the Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology PBSE program align with your scientific interests? What are your academic and career goals? Limit your answer to one page.

  • A Statement of Previous Research is required (pdf):

    • Please describe your research experience: describe the motivations behind one (or more) of your research projects, including experimental tests of theories or hypotheses. What have you learned from this experience? It is more important that you address the points above for one project in depth, rather than to provide a comprehensive list of all of your research experiences. In any case, limit your statement to one page.

  • A Personal History Statement is also required:

    • Describe any educational, familial, health, cultural, economic, or social challenges you may have faced. Limit your statement to one page.

  • See the application deadline

  • Contact the program

  • For detailed information about the PBSE-MCD track, see https://pbse.ucsc.edu/mcd/index.html

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Email: gradadm@ucsc.edu

Phone: 831-459-5905

 

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