Graduate Program in Pharmacology
The Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics at the University of Manitoba offers M.Sc. and Ph.D. graduate degrees in Pharmacology and Therapeutics. Both programs consist of course and lab research work. In addition to training students with the skills required in medical research, the Department also places a strong emphasis on developing students' oral communication and presentation skills.

Successful applicants are provided financial support for their first year and are encouraged to compete for independent funding for subsequent years of study. Students in our Department have received funding from government agencies such as CIHR, NSERC and MHRC as well as private organisations such as the Alzheimer's Society of Manitoba, Canadian Diabetes Association, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Manitoba and the Kidney Foundation of Canada.

Click here  for important information on how to apply to the Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics Graduate Program.

Admission to the program normally occurs in September although other start dates are also possible.  It is best to apply about 6 months before the start of session to ensure maximum chance for studentship support.  

Program contacts:   

Dr. Jun-Feng Wang - Admissions 
jun-feng.wang@umanitoba.ca

Dr. Donald Miller - Chair, Graduate Studies Committee
donald.miller@umanitoba.ca

 

Department Internal Awards

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Location:  The population of Winnipeg is about 625,000. The city has fine facilities for most cultural, sporting, and recreational activities. Winnipeg is home to the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Manitoba Opera, Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Manitoba Theatre Centre, and Winnipeg Art Gallery. Professional sports teams include Blue Bombers football, Manitoba Moose hockey, and Winnipeg Cyclone basketball. Outdoor recreational activities are found throughout the province of Manitoba in all seasons.

The University:  Established in 1877, the University of Manitoba has thirteen faculties and seven schools providing educational opportunities for 25,000 students annually. The Faculties of Medicine and Dentistry are located at the Bannatyne Campus in downtown Winnipeg adjacent to the Health Sciences Centre. The other faculties of the University are located at the Fort Garry Campus, approximately 15 kilometres south of the Medical / Dental Campus. Shuttle service is available between the Bannatyne Campus and the Fort Garry Campus during the academic year.