The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program is offered through the Global Communicable Disease track. Graduates of the doctoral program will be qualified to conduct fundamental and applied research in the identification, evaluation and prevention of tropical and communicable diseases. The program offers a distinguished teaching and research program that provides a sound basis for doctoral study. The Global Communicable Disease PhD program encompasses a wide variety of research interests. Some of the major areas that our faculty’s research programs focus upon (and research areas available for a PhD candidate’s research and training) include Genomics, Molecular Parasitology and Infectious Disease Ecology.
* IDE = Infectious Disease Ecology; GEN = Genomics; MP = Molecular Parasitology