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WELCOME TO PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCES GRADUATE INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAM
Graduate Interdisciplinary Programs span the breadth of the University of Arizona research, and our Program includes 60 faculty members from 15 departments, across 6 Colleges at the University of Arizona. This allows graduate students in our Master’s and PhD programs to work side-by-side with the faculty investigators, addressing a broad spectrum of disease processes in areas such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, neuroscience, cancer, and asthma. Our Program’s faculty are internationally recognized scientists, and our PhD program is regularly ranked in the top 10 Physiology PhD programs in the United States (NRC).
Program Chair: Dr. Heddwen Brooks email@example.com
Program Coordinator: Nicole Pasadilla firstname.lastname@example.org (520) 626-2898
PROGRAM NEWS AND AWARDS
The American Physiological Society published a review from the lab of Dr Brooks, highlighting sex differences in cardiovascular disease, using our UA patented menopause model (Dr Hoyer). View the article on the American Physiological Society's website.
Congratulations to the following students!
- Sarah Lehman, Sarver Heart Center Fellowship (2015-16)
- Dennis Pollow, Achievement Award for College Scientists (ARCS 2014-16), American Heart Association, PreDoctoral Fellowship (2014-16)
- Kate Smith, Achievement Award for College Scientists (ARCS 2015-16)
- Matthew Bull, Achievement Award for College Scientists (ARCS 2015-16)
- Andrew Flores, Achievement Award for College Scientists (ARCS 2015-16)
A Physiological Sciences PhD. Candidate Jordan Lancaster with Mentor Dr. Steven Goldman, M.D. in the news! Take a look at some of the amazing things our faculty and students are accomplishing, in the business world as well as the medical world, by viewing the news article on Tucson.com's website.