The Medical Scientist Training Program at the University of Rochester recruits and matriculates the highest quality students from around the United States. They participate in a rigorous medical curriculum that integrates medical science and clinical experience, as well as rigorous graduate curricula that prepare them to be outstanding physician scientists and future academic leaders. Our students contribute to cutting edge research, present their findings at national and international meetings, and publish their work in high impact scientific journals. In addition, our students are part of a vibrant community of diverse individuals who contribute to the running of our program and participate in multiple outreach and other activities at the Medical Center.
Why Train At Rochester
- Research and medical training at the University of Rochester is student-focused.
- Rochester’s research environment is highly collaborative and multidisciplinary.
- Rochester’s community provides a low-cost, low-stress environment, allowing students to focus on their training and maintain a high quality of life.
- Rochester MSTP trainees play an active role in their program.
For more information and details on how to apply please visit the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS).
MD/PhD Student Handbook (4th Edition, Winter 2012)