Molecular Medicine PhD Programme:
The graduate schools at Natural Sciences and Health have established a joint PhD degree programme in Molecular Medicine. As a PhD student, you will be enrolled at either Natural Sciences or Health, and follow the same assessment procedure, leading to the award of a PhD degree in Molecular Medicine.
Admission to the PhD programme in Molecular Medicine:
A number of criteria must be complied with before you can be enrolled as a PhD student and complete a PhD degree in Molecular Medicine. These are described in ‘PhD degree programme in Molecular Medicine with associated Master’s degree'.
Important criteria are:
Calls for enrolment in the PhD degree programme in Molecular Medicine are posted in the Graduate School of Natural Science’s application rounds four times a year.
All PhD students enrolled at a PhD programme at Natural Sciences must attend a qualifying exam in connection with the completion of part A. This examination also acts as a halfway evaluation and is graded passed/failed. Read more in the GSNS rules and regulations.
NB! For PhD students enrolled at a PhD programme at Health (including PhD students enrolled at Health in the joint PhD degree programme in Molecular Medicine) please see the Health website, since Health has their own rules and guidelines for the halfway examination. Reference is also made to the guidelines regarding PhD degree programme in Molecular Medicine with associated Master’s degree.
Steering committee members:
From Natural Sciences:
Professor Ditlev E. Brodersen
Professor Claus Oxvig
Associate professor Rikke Jentoft Olsen
Professor Helle Prætorius Øhrwald