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Medical Scientist Training Program

The Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison provides integrated graduate training in scientific research and clinical medicine, leading to a combined MD/PhD degree.

 

Our goal is to produce physician-scientists who will make major contributions to the understanding and improvement of human health. The program, drawing from the UW School of Medicine and Public Health and the UW-Madison Graduate School, works to ensure that students take full advantage of the remarkable resources and opportunities present at UW-Madison for both medical education and graduate research training.

 

 
Quarterly

MSTP Students, Faculty Featured in Quarterly

 

The MSTP was well-represented in the latest issue of the WMAA Quarterly magazine. See recent graduate Shawn Jackson, AOA honor society inductee, on page 26; MSTP trainers Paul Sondel, Paul Ahlquist and Shigeki Miyamoto on page 32; Med 3 student Anna Mirer's honorable mention on page 34; and articles highlighting the thesis projects of M4 student Julian Motzkin and M3 student Ted Griggs on pages 38-39.

 

News archive | MSTP student blog | Newsletter: MSTP Post

Patrick Brown

Committed to Diversity

 

The Medical Scientist Training Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison embraces diversity. Our students come from a variety of backgrounds and life experiences.

 

Meet our current students | MSTP alumni

Kristyn Masters and Chloe McCoy

Diversity in Research Opportunities

 

The UW-Madison Medical Scientist Training Program values diversity and provides a broad array of research opportunities that span the frontiers of biomedical and health sciences. Our goal is to produce physician-scientists who will make major contributions to the understanding and improvement of human health.

 

Learn more about the UW-Madison MSTP

 

Memorial Union Terrace 

A Vibrant Community

 

Students in the Medical Scientist Training Program benefit from UW-Madison's world-class academic environment. Outside the classroom, students can enjoy a variety of cultural and recreational offerings that have helped Madison earn a spot on a number of "best of" lists.

 

Learn more about living in Madison

Video - Madison: A guide to MSTP student life

genetics lab

How Can We Help You?

 

For more information, contact:

 

Paul Cook

MSTP Administrator

Room 2133 HSLC

pscook@wisc.edu

Phone: (608) 262-6321

750 Highland Ave.

Madison, WI 53705-2221

Fax: (608) 262-4226

  

Chelsea Hanewall

MSTP Coordinator

Room 2132 HSLC

chanewall@wisc.edu

Phone: (608) 262-0736

750 Highland Ave.

Madison, WI 53705-2221

Fax: (608) 262-4226

 

Apply to the UW-Madison MSTP

MSTP events


Last updated: 07/01/2015
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