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MSc and PhD Degrees

The Graduate Programs in Biomedical and Molecular Sciences offer:

(i) A thesis-based MSc research degree; (ii) A thesis-based PhD degree; and, (iii) An MSc (Anatomical Sciences) degree. In the first two degree programs (MSc and PhD), students would choose one of the Fields of Specialization, which represent the current research strengths of the Department.

Thesis based graduate students enrolled in the DBMS graduate program will receive funding packages to assist with living expenses and coverage of tuition: MSc - $19,000 minimum stipend; PhD - $21,000 minimum stipend. 

Fields of Specialization:

Program/Field Coordinators and Program Assistants

Program/Field

Coordinator

Program Assistant

MSc Anatomical Sciences Program

Dr. Les Mackenzie

Ashley Sheridan

(613) 533-6000 ext. 77155

as324@queensu.ca

Biochemistry and Cell Biology

Diane Sommerfeld

(613) 533-6000 ext. 74836

sommerfe@queensu.ca

Experimental Medicine

Dr. Neil Magoski

Wendy Cumpson

(613) 533-2796

cumpsonw@queensu.ca

Microbes, Immunity, and Inflammation

Dr. Katrina Gee

Diane Sommerfeld

(613) 533-6000 ext. 74836

sommerfe@queensu.ca

Reproduction and Developmental Sciences

Dr. Charles Graham

Diane Sommerfeld

(613) 533-6000 ext. 74836

sommerfe@queensu.ca

Therapeutics, Drug Development, and Human Toxicology

Dr. Thomas Massey

Wendy Cumpson

(613) 533-2796

cumpsonw@queensu.ca