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UIC and Chicago offer a rich cultural and intellectual environment.

UIC Graduate College
UIC ranks among the nation's top 50 universities in federal research funding and is Chicago's largest university with 25,000 students, 12,000 faculty and staff, 15 colleges and the state's major public medical center. The Graduate College is made up of faculty members from various disciplinary colleges in the University.

UIC College of Medicine
As the largest medical school in the country with over 2,600 culturally and economically diverse medical students and trainees, the University of Illinois College of Medicine provides superb scientific and clinical training.

Graduate Education in Medical Sciences
The GEMS Program offers students integrated training in the biomedical sciences. Graduate programs include the areas of Anatomy, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Cell & Molecular Biology, Genetics, Immunology, Microbiology, Neurosciences, Pharmacology and Physiology.

UIC Neuroscience
Several degree-granting Departments at the University of Illinois at Chicago have Neurobiology and/or Neuroscience as one of their academic and research strengths. For any number of reasons, students who choose to pursue Graduate training at UIC may decide to participate in either Departmental or Interdepartmental Programs like Neuroscience.

GRADUATE PROGRAM PROVISIONS (PDF 09/2012)

GRADUATE HANDBOOK(PDF 08/30/2013)

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UIC and Chicago offer a rich cultural and intellectual environment. Our Program is enhanced by interdisciplinary collaborations with other units across the University of Illinois at Chicago campus.