Graduate degrees (MS, PhD) and dual degrees (DO/PhD, DPT/PhD) are offered through two graduate programs within the department, Integrative Physiology and Structural Anatomy and Rehabilitation Sciences.
Both programs boast small student/faculty ratios, advanced area-specific courses, and extensive hands-on training via research, teaching, and outreach activities. The department takes great pride in providing an innovative and supportive educational environment for its students.
- Integrative Physiology Program
- Structural Anatomy and Rehabilitation Sciences Program
Faculty and Research
Our 24 full-time faculty members have diverse research interests spanning molecular, cellular, systems, and behavioral sciences. Research within the department is bolstered by more than $4 million in grant funding which, together with institutional support, permits faculty to conduct cutting-edge research with state-of-the-art instrumentation.
The department offers a collegial and collaborative environment where faculty, post-doctoral fellows, students, administrators, and staff work together to promote a vibrant atmosphere for scientific research and discovery.
- Meet Our Faculty
Facilities and Outreach
Our center maintains four state-of-the-art research laboratories, the Human Gross Anatomy Laboratory for anatomy education, and the Bio-skills Laboratory for training local residents and clinicians in new ultrasound, orthopedic, and surgical techniques.
- Bio Skills Laboratory
- Willed Body Program