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. Our program is funded in part by a grant from the National Institutes of Health, MSTP T32 GM008692.

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Sept. 8

Last MCAT test date considered for the 2018 admissions cycle

Oct. 15

Deadline for submitting the AMCAS application

Dec. 1

Deadline to submit the MSTP secondary application
Our people
The Medical Scientist Training program is led by Anna Huttenlocher, MD, and is overseen by a team of directors who have strong backgrounds in clinical practice and basic research. Students may study under the direction of faculty advisors from a multitude of graduate training programs.
Living in Madison
Madison, Wisconsin, is a city for all seasons (yes, even winter). From relaxing lakeside at Memorial Union Terrace to enjoying the natural splendor of the UW Arboretum, Madison is the perfect place to live, study and play.