Program Requirements

M.Sc. Program

Courses 
PHGY 601 M.Sc. Proposal Seminar 1 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Summer

PHGY 602 Lit Search & Research Proposal 2 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
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PHGY 604 Responsible Conduct in Res.
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Summer

PHGY 607 Laboratory Research 1 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
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PHGY 608 Laboratory Research 2 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Summer

PHGY 620 Progress in Research 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
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PHGY 621 Thesis 1 12 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
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PHGY 622 Thesis 2 12 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Summer

PHGY 623 M.Sc. Final Seminar 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Summer

PLUS:
Students must also choose 2 elective courses, for 6 credits of Physiology or Science, at the 500 level or above from the list of acceptable courses for graduates (see table further below).

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS: 45

Please note: Students entering graduate studies with insufficient background in Physiology will be required to take at least two additional 300-400 level courses in addition to their required course work.

Supervisory Committee:

Each student must have a Supervisory Committee to help monitor the progress of their studies and research, providing support, advice and guidance: Within 2 months of entering the Graduate Program in Physiology, students are expected to establish a Supervisory Committee. Students need to consult with their supervisors for assistance in selecting members for their Committee. The Committee (4 in total) is comprised of your supervisor (and possibly a co-supervisor) as well as 3 other members. Of these 3 members, 2 should (preferably) be members of Physiology and the 3rd member can be external to the Department if you wish.

Physiology letter of Understanding between Student and Supervisor:

Physiology has implemented a letter of Understanding. Once completed by the supervisor, the letter should detail what is expected of the student. e.g. numbers of lab hours required, conference attendance, readings, other commitments, etc... Students must read this carefully and if some expectations are unreasonable, they should be negotiated with the supervisor before signing. This form must be returned to the Graduate Program Coordinator to be kept in the student file. A blank copy of the letter of understanding can be found in the Resources for graduate students tab, useful forms

Important Note: Graduate Students can be required to withdraw from their program of study for documented lack of performance in research or two course failures more info can be found here www.mcgill.ca/study/2019-2020/university regulations and resources/graduate/gps go failure policy. Details on graduate policies and tracking can be obtained at www.mcgill.ca/gps/students/research-tracking.

M.Sc Proposal Seminar:

Within 5 months of entering the Graduate Program in Physiology, students are expected to present a proposal seminar to their Supervisory Committee. The purpose of the Proposal Seminar is to propose a series of experiments that will constitute the student's research program. In this seminar, the student should demonstrate: 1) familiarity with the relevant literature; 2) give a rationale for the project outline, and 3) describe the methodology that will be used for the research. A 250 word proposal abstract reflecting the 3 items above is to be emailed to the Graduate Coordinator one week before the seminar is to take place. It is not necessary to present any data at this point, and a seminar should not be delayed for this reason. This seminar, which will be a formal presentation approximately 20 minutes in length, is presented to the student's Supervisory Committee . The student and the supervisor are responsible for scheduling the seminar and advise the Graduate Program Coordinator in advance. A Seminar Report form along with the Graduate Student Research Progress Tracking form will be sent to the student prior to the seminar which must be signed by all members of the committee and the student during the seminar and then returned to the Graduate Coordinator.

Final M.Sc Seminar:

This seminar should be presented approximately 6 weeks before the student is ready to submit the thesis in order for the candidate to incorporate suggestions made by the committee into their thesis. The student is responsible in scheduling  the final M.Sc seminar and must communicate the date and time to the Graduate Program Coordinator at least 4 weeks in advance. The evaluation committee consists of the Supervisory Committee and a representative of the GSAAC (Graduate Student Advisory and Admissions Committee).  The student must be prepared to incorporate any recommendations made by the evaluation committee into their thesis. The presentation should last 30-40 minutes and include the following items: (1) Introduction: a review of the literature and background and a statement of the hypothesis; (2) A discussion of the methodology; (3) A discussion of the results, in context of the field; (4) Overall conclusions. A 250-word abstract, reflecting the four items listed above, must be submitted to the Graduate Coordinator one week prior to the seminar. The seminar report form and the Graduate Student Research Program tracking will be emailed to the student prior to the seminar and must be signed by all members of the committee including the student during the seminar and returned to the Graduate Coordinator. It is expected that the M.Sc. thesis will generate one first-author paper, and the seminar will be evaluated with this aspect taken into account.

Thesis Submission It is expected that the M.Sc. student's research will generate one first-author paper. For more details, see Thesis Submission.

M.Sc Program outline

Transferring to the Ph.D. Program:

Upon recommendation by the program/supervisor and the student's Committee members, academically promising students registered in the Master's program may fast-track to the Doctoral program in the same academic unit. The student must have a strong academic record (CGPA of 3.5 or higher) and present strong evidence that they are capable of successfully completing appropriate research for the Doctoral level. The student must have completed a minimum of 2 terms in the Master's program and up to a maximum of 4 terms. The student, if approved for fast-tracking, will enter the doctoral program at the Ph.D 2 level. The current requirement to submit an M.Sc thesis would then be waived (PHGY 621, 622 and 623). A candidate for fast-track must present a transfer seminar to the committee members and, if approved, will need to submit a fast-track application on U-apply to the Doctoral program according to procedures and unit deadlines. (Please contact the Graduate Program Coordinator for more details concerning the fast-track application). For Transfer Requirements, see section on Transfer from MSc to PhD.

Ph.D. Program 

Courses 
PHGY 604 Responsible Conduct in Res.
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Summer

PHGY 701 Ph.D.Comprehensive Examination
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Summer

PHGY 703 Ph.D. Progress Seminar 1 1 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Summer

PHGY 704 Ph.D. Progress Seminar 2 1 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
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  • Summer

PHGY 720 Ph.D. Seminar Course 1 1 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
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PHGY 721 Ph.D. Seminar Course 2 1 Credits
    Offered in the:
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PHGY 722 Ph.D. Seminar Course 3 1 Credits
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PHGY 723 Ph.D. Seminar Course 4 1 Credits
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PHGY 724 Ph.D. Seminar Course 5 1 Credits
    Offered in the:
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PHGY 725 Ph.D. Seminar Course 6 1 Credits
    Offered in the:
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PLUS:

Students must also choose 9 credits of Physiology or Science at the 500 level or above from the list of acceptable courses for graduates (see table further below). 

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS: 17

Please note: Students entering graduate studies with insufficient background in Physiology will be required to take at least two additional 300-400 level courses in addition to their required course work.

Physiology letter of Understanding between Student and Supervisor:

Physiology has implemented a letter of understanding. Once completed by the supervisor, the letter should detail what is expected of the student, e.g. number of lab hours required, conference attendance, readings, other commitments, etc.. Students must read the agreement carefully and if some expectations are unreasonable, they should be negotiated with the supervisor before signing. This form must be returned to the Graduate Program Coordinator for the student file. A blank copy of the letter of understanding can be found the Resources for Graduate Students tab, useful forms.

Student Supervision and Tracking:

All graduate students are required to have a Supervisory Committee which include the supervisor (and a co-supervisor, if necessary) and three other committee members (2 of these members should preferably be full-time academics in the Department with the other member being external to the department if you wish. The supervisory committee assists in the supervision of the student, monitors the progress of the studies and functions as a resource. This committee must be established within 2 months of entering the program and prior to the presentation of the Proposal seminar. Annually students must report their research objectives and progress to their supervisory committee. A blank copy of the Graduate Student Research Progress Tracking form can be found here https://www.mcgill.ca/gps/students/progress-tracking

Important Note: Graduate Students can be required to withdraw from their program of study for documented lack of performance in research or two course failures more info can be found here www.mcgill.ca/study/2019-2020/university regulations and resources/graduate/gps go failure policy. Details on graduate policies and tracking can be obtained at www.mcgill.ca/gps/students/research-tracking.

Ph.D. Proposal Seminar:

Within 5 months of entering the Ph.D program, students need to present a proposal seminar to their Supervisory Committee. The purpose of the proposal seminar is to present a series of experiments that will constitute the student's research program. In this seminar the student must demonstrate: 1) familiarity with the relevant literature:2) give a rationale for the project outline and 3) describe the methodology that will be used for the literature. A 250 word abstract reflecting the 3 items above is to be emailed to the Graduate Program Coordinator one week before the seminar is the take place. It is not necessary to present any data at this point, and the seminar should not be delayed for this reason. This seminar, which will be a formal presentation of approximately 20 minutes in length. The student and the supervisor are responsible for scheduling the seminar. A seminar report form along with the Graduate Student Research Progress Tracking form will be sent to the student prior to the seminar which must be signed by all committee members and the student during the seminar and returned to the Graduate Coordinator.

Comprehensive Examination: Policy and Procedures:

All doctoral students must complete and successfully pass the Comprehensive Examination. Given the importance of this exam and the consequences of failure, the exam is normally to be held 12 - 18 months from the start date of the program. For detailed information see: guidelines for students and examiners. Important Note: It is the responsibility of the student to inform him/herself of the Exam Policy and Procedures and deadlines. Failure to comply can lead to expulsion from the program, unless strong justification is provided and confirmed in writing by the Supervisor. Please also refer to: https://www.mcgill.ca/study/2019-2020/university_regulations_and_resources/graduate/gps_gi_phd_comprehensives_policy

Ph.D Annual Progress Seminars:

As per McGill University regulations, students are required to have a progress seminar every year following the Ph.D Comprehensive exam, until submission of a thesis. Failure to complete an annual progress seminar will be deemed unsatisfactory and could result in a mark of  F. Two unsatisfactory reports constitute unsatisfactory progress towards the degree, and if recommended by the academic unit, the student will be withdrawn from the university. Please also consult Graduate Student Research Program Tracking.

Progress Seminars are a "work in progress", and are intended as a report on what the student has accomplished to date following the Ph.D. Comprehensive Exam. The progress seminar should not be delayed in order to include additional experiments. This seminar, which should be a formal presentation approximately 30 minutes in length, is presented to the student's Supervisory Committee every year until submission of the thesis. The student and the supervisor are responsible for scheduling the seminar and must inform the Graduate Program Coordinator in advance. The student needs to email the Graduate Coordinator a one page report reflecting the following items: a) Research Summary (abstract/background), b) Research Progress/Accomplishments and c) Research Objectives one week before the seminar is to take place. The Graduate Student Research Progress Tracking Report along with the Progress Seminar report , which is to be completed by the Supervisor or one of the Supervisory Committee members and signed by everyone during the seminar, will be sent to the student at the appropriate time. These forms must be returned to the Graduate Coordinator following the seminar. A final progress seminar should be completed close to submission of the thesis to obtain formal committee feedback and any recommendations towards the thesis.

Thesis Submission:

Students are required to submit a thesis and defend their thesis orally. It is expected that the Ph.D. thesis will generate three first-author publications. Students will no longer have to print hard copies of their theses, but will instead submit an electronic copy as a PDF attachment via email More detailed information is available at https://www.mcgill.ca/gps/thesis/guidelines/initial-submission. Should any examiner or member of a student’s committee request a hardcopy of the thesis, the student must provide one to the relevant office making the request.

For thesis preparation and submission guidelines, forms and submission deadline dates, please see: https://www.mcgill.ca/gps/students/thesis.

Corrections of the thesis are made after the oral defense. Final corrected copies of the thesis are to be submitted electronically (e-thesis). Please see: https://www.mcgill.ca/gps/thesis/e-thesis with an electronic copy sent to the Graduate Coordinator for Departmental records.

Convocation ceremonies are held twice a year; in the spring and fall. See: https://www.mcgill.ca/students/graduation/convocation/

Ph.D. Oral Defense:

Ph.D. candidates are required to defend their thesis orally. The defense can generally be set for any time from eight - ten weeks after the submission of the thesis, the Thesis office will advise the department when the defense can be scheduled. The oral examination committee must be comprised of a minimum of 5 members (not including the Pro-Dean), the Chair of the Department or deputy, the supervisor, the internal examiner, and at least two other persons, one of whom must be from outside the Department of Physiology, who have been nominated by the supervisor and approved by the Chair of the Department. Students should consult the Oral Defense Guidelines issued by the Faculty of Graduate Studies: Oral defense guidelines

Ph.D Program Outline

Acceptable Graduate (M.Sc/Ph.D) Level Credit Courses:

The following courses are acceptable graduate level courses (500 level and above) in Physiology and Science. Students who wish to enroll in 500 level or above courses that are not found on this list, must email rosetta.vasile [at] mcgill.ca with the course outline and proof that your  supervisor has approved you taking this course(s).  NOTE: Some courses for some Departments may require permission from the professor teaching the course prior to registration, please contact the corresponding department's Student Affairs Officer.

Anatomy & Cell Biology
ANAT 663D1 Histology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
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ANAT 663D2 Histology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
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Physiology
PHGY 502 Exercise Physiology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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PHGY 508 Advanced Renal Physiology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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PHGY 513 Translational Immunology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
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PHGY 515 Blood-Brain Barrier:Hlth & Dis 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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PHGY 516 Physiology of Blood 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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PHGY 518 Artificial Cells 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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PHGY 520 Ion Channels 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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PHGY 524 Chronobiology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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PHGY 531 Topics in Applied Immunology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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PHGY 550 Molecular Physiology of Bone 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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PHGY 552 Cellular&Molecular Physiology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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PHGY 556 Topics in Systems Neuroscience 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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PHGY 560 Light Microscopy-Life Science 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
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Bioengineering
BIEN 570 Active Mechanics in Biology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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Biochemistry
BIOC 503 Biochemistry of ImmuneDiseases 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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BIOC 600 Adv Strat in Genetics&Genomics 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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BIOC 603 Genomics and Gene Expression 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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BIOC 604 Macromolecular Structure 3 Credits
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BIOC 605 Protein Biology & Proteomics 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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BIOC 670 Biochemistry of Lipoproteins 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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BIoinformatics
BINF 511 Bioinformatics for Genomics 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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Biology
BIOL 518 Adv. Topics in Cell Biology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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BIOL 520 Gene Activity in Development 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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BIOL 524 Topics in Molecular Biology 3 Credits
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BIOL 532 Developmental Neurobiology Sem 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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BIOL 544 Genetic Basis of Life Span 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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BIOL 546 Genetics of Model Systems 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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BIOL 551 Principles of Cellular Control 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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BIOL 568 Topics on the Human Genome 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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BIOL 565 Cell and Tissue Mechanobiology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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BIOL 569 Developmental Evolution 3 Credits
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BIOL 575 Human Biochemical Genetics 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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BIOL 588 Advances in Mol/Cell Neurobiol 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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BIomedical Engineering
BMDE 502 BME Modelling & Identification 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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BMDE 519 Biomedical Signals & Systems 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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Biotechnology
BTEC 501 Bioinformatics 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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BTEC 555 Structural Bioinformatics 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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Chemistry 
All 500 level courses. See Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Calendar for detailed course listings.
Computer Science
COMP 552 Combinatorial Optimization 4 Credits
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COMP 526 Probabilistic Reasoning and AI 3 Credits
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COMP 551 Applied Machine Learning 4 Credits
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COMP 558 Fund. of Computer Vision 4 Credits
    Offered in the:
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COMP 564 Adv Comput'l Bio Meth&Research 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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COMP 616D1 Bioinformatics Seminar 1.5 Credits
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COMP 616D2 Bioinformatics Seminar 1.5 Credits
    Offered in the:
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COMP 618 Bioinformatics: Funct Genomics 3 Credits
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COMP 652 Machine Learning 4 Credits
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COMP 680 Mining Biological Sequences 4 Credits
    Offered in the:
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Electrical Engineering
ECSE 509 Probability & Random Signals 2 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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ECSE 512 Digital Signal Processing 1 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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ECSE 529 Computer and Biological Vision 3 Credits
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ECSE 620 Information Theory and Coding 4 Credits
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ECSE 626 Statistical Computer Vision 4 Credits
    Offered in the:
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Experimental Medicine
EXMD 502 Advanced Endocrinology 1 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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EXMD 503 Advanced Endocrinology 02 3 Credits
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EXMD 504 Biology of Cancer 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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EXMD 506 Adv Appl Cardiovascular Physio 3 Credits
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EXMD 507 Adv Respiratory Physiology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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EXMD 508 Adv Topics in Respiration 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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EXMD 510 Bioanalytical Separation Meth 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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EXMD 602 Techniques in Molec Genetics 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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EXMD 603 Seminars in Endocrinology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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EXMD 604 Recent Advces: Cell&Mol Biol 1 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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EXMD 607 Molec Control of Cell Growth 3 Credits
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EXMD 608 Molecular Embryology 3 Credits
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EXMD 609 Cellular Meths in Med Research 3 Credits
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EXMD 610 Molecular Meths in Medical Res 3 Credits
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EXMD 611D1 Seminars in Oncology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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EXMD 611D2 Seminars in Oncology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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EXMD 614 Environmental Carcinogenesis 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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EXMD 615 Essentials of Glycobiology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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EXMD 616 Molecular&Cell Biology Topics 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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EXMD 635D1 Experimental/Clinical Oncology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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EXMD 635D2 Experimental/Clinical Oncology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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Experimental Surgery
EXSU 684 Signal Transduction 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
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Human Genetics
HGEN 660 Genetics and Bioethics 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
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HGEN 675 Stem Cell Biology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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Mathematics
MATH 523 Generalized Linear Models 4 Credits
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MATH 524 Nonparametric Statistics 4 Credits
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MATH 537 Honours Math Models in Biology 4 Credits
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MATH 574 Dynamical Systems 4 Credits
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MATH 579 Numerical Differential Eqns 4 Credits
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MATH 671 Applied Stochastic Processes 4 Credits
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MATH 680 Computation Intensive Stats 4 Credits
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MATH 681 Time Series Analysis 4 Credits
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Mechanical Engineering
MECH 605 Applied Maths 1 4 Credits
    Offered in the:
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Neurology & Neurosurgery
NEUR 503 Computational Neuroscience 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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NEUR 602 Current Topics inNeuroscience 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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NEUR 604 Neuroscience Seminar 3 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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NEUR 605 Neuroscience Seminar 4 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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NEUR 630 Principles of Neuroscience 1 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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NEUR 631 Principles of Neuroscience 2 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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Pharmacology
PHAR 503 Drug Discovery & Development 1 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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PHAR 504 Drug Discovery & Development 2 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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PHAR 562 Neuropharmacology 3 Credits
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PHAR 563 Endocrine Pharmacology 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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PHAR 704 Topics in Pharmacology 3 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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Physics
PHYS 559 Advanced Statistical Mechanics 3 Credits
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Psychiatry
PSYT 500 Adv: Neur of Mtl Disorders 3 Credits
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PSYT 630 Statistics for Neurosciences 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
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Psychology
PSYC 522 Neurochemistry and Behaviour 3 Credits
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PSYC 514 Neurobiology of Memory 3 Credits
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PSYC 526 Advances in Visual Perception 3 Credits
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  • Summer

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