Admissions

Applicants to this program must have an advanced health professional degree (MD, DDS, DVM, DO, DNP, DC, PharmD, PhD etc.) or any other advanced doctoral degree in a clinical biomedical field from an accredited college or university. Applicants with advanced nursing degrees (MS or MSN) will also be considered.

Applicants must have completed or be at an advanced stage of their clinical practice training and be affiliated with someone at the University of Minnesota who can provide advising and access to a clinical project. The admissions committee considers exceptions on an individual basis.

Admissions committees in each program review applicants according to their personal statements, background and experience, record of academic achievement, demonstrated academic potential, letters of recommendation, compatibility of interests with program faculty, and other factors.

Applicants who are not part of a fellowship or residency program should identify a mentor at the University of Minnesota who will provide them with a research project and guide their research.

Fellows and residents: one of the three required recommendation letters and a completed School of Public Health Recommendation form should be from the clinical director of training supporting the applicant’s potential as a clinical researcher.

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