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The graduate program offers opportunities to pursue MSc and PhD degrees under the supervision of an exceptional group of basic, clinical and translational researchers.
The major areas of research are cancer biology, genetics, hemostasis and vascular biology. Financial support for exceptional students is available through internal awards.
Interested students are encouraged to examine the research interests of individual faculty members and make direct inquiries to them about availability of training positions. Information about how to apply for admission into the graduate program can be obtained from the Graduate Program Assistant.
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2. Letters of Recommendation
3. Proof of English
M.Sc. Program: Honours B.Sc. or equivalent in life sciences, biochemistry, biology, etc. (Students with only a general degree can be admitted for a qualifying year.). The ideal undergraduate background for the program would be one rich in molecular genetics and cell biology, in addition to foundational courses in Chemistry, Mathematics, Physiology, Biology and Biochemistry. The Queen’s Life Sciences and DBMS programs, or similar programs from other institutions provide excellent backgrounds. You are encouraged to contact researchers personally to enquire whether they are interested in supervising your studies. You may do this prior, during or after the application process. However, it is advisable that international students have favorable interaction with a potential supervisor prior to submitting their formal application and payment.
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