School of Medicine Office of Medical Education and Student Affairs
Atlanta, Georgia, 30322, United States
We are dedicated to training exceptional students from a variety of disciplines who will become the next leaders in clinical academic medicine and biomedical research. The Emory MD/PhD Program combines the advantages of rigorous preparation in clinical medicine with interdisciplinary training in the basic and social sciences of Emory’s Laney Graduate School.
Doctoral Degree, MD-PhD, Dual Degree
TJ Murphy PhD
Depts of Pharmacology
Successful applicants demonstrate excellence in substantial, independent research projects. Typically, they have engaged in research projects beginning in their sophomore year, or earlier. Long-term research projects (i.e., a minimum of one year) are preferred over multiple short-term experiences; however there is no specific prescription for the type of research or research area that makes an application competitive. Peer-reviewed publications in scientific journals are not required. Outstanding performance in a pre-medical curriculum at a college/university in the US or Canada. Significant exposure to clinical care (eg, shadowing or work in a clinical setting) is important.