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Is there anything in D.O schools similar to the MD-PHD programs in M.D schools? If yes, do they generally have a wide range of research opprtunities?
 

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These are the DO/PhD programs I know of. I don't think most of them (if any) are tuition-free + stipend like many of the MD-PhD programs. I know little about research so I won't comment too much on the opportunities available. But some of these programs only have PhD degrees in Biomedical Sciences, others have a variety of fields (e.g., MSUCOM), others have PhD degrees that aren't even in the basic sciences (e.g., PCOM). Hope this helps.

CCOM DO/PhD:
http://www.midwestern.edu/content/pa6.asp

MSUCOM DO/PhD:
http://www.com.msu.edu/mstp/index.html

OSUCOM DO/PhD:
http://www.healthsciences.okstate.edu/biomedical/index.htm

OUCOM DO/PhD:
http://www.oucom.ohiou.edu/Admissions/dual-degree-do-phd.htm

PCOM DO/PhD:
http://www.pcom.edu/Academic_Programs/aca_do/Degree_Programs_DO_PhD/degree_programs_do_phd.html

TCOM DO/PhD:
http://www.hsc.unt.edu/education/dual/default.cfm

UMDNJSOM DO/PhD:
http://som.umdnj.edu/students/combined_degree.htm
 

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I've heard that NOVA in FL has decent scientists. A former post-doc in my lab is now there and says they do good work, but he may be biased. He seems genuiniely happy, though, for what it's worth.

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Phil Anthropist said:
These are the DO/PhD programs I know of. I don't think most of them (if any) are tuition-free + stipend like many of the MD-PhD programs. I know little about research so I won't comment too much on the opportunities available. But some of these programs only have PhD degrees in Biomedical Sciences, others have a variety of fields (e.g., MSUCOM), others have PhD degrees that aren't even in the basic sciences (e.g., PCOM). Hope this helps.

CCOM DO/PhD:
http://www.midwestern.edu/content/pa6.asp

MSUCOM DO/PhD:
http://www.com.msu.edu/mstp/index.html

OSUCOM DO/PhD:
http://www.healthsciences.okstate.edu/biomedical/index.htm

OUCOM DO/PhD:
http://www.oucom.ohiou.edu/Admissions/dual-degree-do-phd.htm

PCOM DO/PhD:
http://www.pcom.edu/Academic_Programs/aca_do/Degree_Programs_DO_PhD/degree_programs_do_phd.html

TCOM DO/PhD:
http://www.hsc.unt.edu/education/dual/default.cfm

UMDNJSOM DO/PhD:
http://som.umdnj.edu/students/combined_degree.htm