At the MSc level, there are both thesis-based and project-based options. Students enrolled in either BCH or MIC can participate in the collaborative programs in both Human and Molecular Genetics and in Bioinformatics. Both graduate programs also participate in the Faculty of Medicine’s M.D./Ph.D. program.
Professors in BMI can supervise students in either graduate program, although some traditionally supervise students in one or the other, or both. Please follow the links to the individual graduate and/or collaborative programs to find professor affiliations.
Important information regarding the Ph.D. Admission Scholarship quota system: for the 2022-2023 academic year
Ph.D. Admission Scholarships will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis to students who successfully transfer from the MSc to Ph.D. program and achieve a minimum score of 44 (where poor=1, fair=2, good=3, very good=4 and excellent=5). To view the Transfer Exam Evaluation Form please click here.