MD/PhD programs other than NIH sponsored

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  1. Nancy

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    Could someone help me with a question I got for the SDN links page please? - Nancy

    "The site has a link to nigms.nih.gov
    which lists 38 schools in the NIH-funded MSTP program. But that program's limited to citizens and has other restrictions.
    Is there a list or link to institutions that have MD/PhD programs funded by other sources. (I think, for example, that Mayo and Stanford have programs for MD/PhD candidates who aren't funded by NIH.)
    Thanks, in advance for your attention and help."
     
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    Dont know about Mayo or Stanford, but UIUC (Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) has a non MSTP MD/PhD program.
     
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    Well, I believe that besides those 38 schools, most other schools have MD-PhD programs, and most of them have fundings of one sort or another. I'm from Boston University School of Medicine, and I got funding for my MD-PhD that wasn't from NIH.

    Adrian :cool:
     
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