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Program Overview

If you are interested in a career in academic medicine as a physician scientist, this program may be ideal for you. It will prepare you to become a medical practitioner and faculty member at a university medical center where you will teach medical and graduate students, and, as a scientist, will be involved with biomedical research. After completion of the program, you will receive both the M.D. and Ph.D. degrees.

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Admission Statistics

 

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512

3.62

Average MCAT of Students Offered Admission Average GPA of Students Offered Admission

Application Information

Deadlines

Semester

Application Open

Application Deadline

Campus

Fall Only

May 

October 1

Lubbock

How to Apply

Currently students apply through the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS - Follow for Link) or Texas Medical & Dental Schools Application Service (TMDSAS - Follow for link) indicating their request to apply to the MD/PhD program. Applicants to the MD/PhD program must upload any reference letters through the AMCAS application. Please note, if you apply through the AMCAS application that you will only be considered for the MD/PhD program. Applications submitted after October 1 will not be considered.

Once you have completed the primary application please complete the required Secondary Application. Please note that you are only required to complete one Secondary Application. For example, applicants who apply to both the MD/PhD program (AMCAS) and the MD program (TMDSAS) will only need to submit one Secondary Application.

After a student has applied to AMCAS or TMDSAS, and submitted the School of Medicine secondary application, the selection committees from both schools invite selected applicants for interviews. The MD/PhD interviews are coordinated through the School of Medicine's Admissions Office. The interview is tailored to match the interests of the applicant and will include one or more faculty members from the MD/PhD operating committee and the GSBS Senior Associate Dean. Additional details of the review process are described in the program guidelines below. Previous research experience, publications and motivation will be key features in the evaluation.

Applicants to the M.D./Ph.D. program must meet both School of Medicine and Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences admissions requirements, including the School of Medicine requirement to be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. More information regarding School of Medicine admission requirements is available on their website.

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Contacts

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General Contact

3601 4th Street MS 6206
Lubbock, TX 79430-6206

(806)-743-2556

graduate.school@ttuhsc.edu

 

Program Director

Michael Blanton, Ph.D.

michael.blanton@ttuhsc.edu

 

Admissions Director

Terri Lloyd

(806)-743-2556

terri.lloyd@ttuhsc.edu