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Oregon Health & Science University / Cell and Developmental Biology Graduate Program is located in Portland, OR, in an urban setting.
Degrees & Awards
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Earning Your Degree
Part-time study available?
Evening/weekend programs available?
Distance learning programs available?
Terminal master's degree available?
Entrance Exam GRE General Test (minimum scores: 153 Verbal/148 Quantitative/4.5 Analytical) or MCAT
Comp Exam Required
Application Fee - Domestic
Doctoral Degree Exam
GRE General Test (minimum scores: 153 Verbal/148 Quantitative/4.5 Analytical) or MCAT
Tuition & Fees
Financial award applicants must submit:
Application deadlines for financial awards
Types of financial support available
Health Care Benefits
Total Graduate Students
International Breakout (representing other countries)
Black or African American
White or Caucasian
American Indian or Alaska Native
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
Two or more races
Full-time - 11
Part-time - 38
Focus of faculty research:
Biosynthesis, intracellular trafficking, and function of essential cellular components; signal transduction and developmental regulation of gene expression; regulation of cell proliferation, growth, and motility; mechanisms of morphogenesis and differentiation; mechanisms controlling the onset, progression, and dissemination of cancer
Externally sponsored research expenditures last year:
Location & Contact
3181 Southwest Sam Jackson Park Road Portland, OR 97239-3098 United States
Dr. Philip Copenhaver Program Director Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 503-494-4646