Anatomy of a phd thesis

The VUB offers a flexible Doctoral Training Programme. The emphasis lies on an individual programme. Although the programme is in principle not compulsory, you are highly encouraged to participate because the large number of seminars and workshops on offer enables you to develop a wider range of skills. The Doctoral Training Programme presents PhD students with a structural framework for acquiring and developing skills which will support their research as well as their teaching abilities, but which will also prove valuable outside their discipline and the academic environment. The programme offers the opportunity to take part, free of charge, in numerous  masterclasses, symposiums and expert seminars, as well as many workshops such as presentation skills, project management, academic English or career coaching.

Dr. Marchant received training in leading laboratories that provided him with biochemical, molecular and imaging skill sets to probe the functional architecture of cell signaling events. As an independent principal investigator at the University of Minnesota, Dr. Marchant’s interests diversified to utilize these skill sets to advance a variety of projects in cellular and regenerative biology. He has been the recipient of more than a dozen grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF), as well as numerous research awards and seed grants from the University of Minnesota.

Duke University Medical Center
Jennifer Sullivan, MS
Kristin Paulyson Nunez, MS
Deborah Wells, MS
Liz Melvin Heise, MS
Kelly Schoch, MS
Priya Kishnani, MD
Marie T. McDonald, MD
Dwight D. Koeberl, MD, PhD
Vandana Shashi, MD
Yong-Hui Jiang, MD, PhD
Chantel Kelly, MS
Allyn McConkie-Rosell, PhD 
Jennifer Goldstein, MS, PhD
Blythe Crissman, MS
Amy Mottola, MS
Regan Matthews, MS
Heidi Cope, MS
Adam Buchanan, MS
Amanda L Padro, MS
Jane A McKillop Baker, MS
Stephanie Austin, MS
Kathryn Sheets, MS
Stephanie Wechsler, MD
Courtney McGuire Yerxa, MS
Azita Sadeghpour, MS, PhD
Rachel Mills, MS
Shelly Epps, MS
Dagny Patton, MS
Amanda L Padro, MS
Elizabeth J Tootoo, MS
Amy Dameron, MS
Yezmin Perilla, MS
Lauren Bailey, MS
Rebecca Crimian, MS
Loren Del Mar Pena, MD, PhD
Keelia Rhoads, MS

Neither the JD nor the US/Canada MD programs universally require students to complete a specified academic research component in order to be awarded the degree title. However, there are also many research degrees , such as the MD, which conduct scholarly research (medical in the case of the MD) which is published in peer-reviewed journals. This makes them very similar to PhDs, and some countries consider them equivalent. Some institutions therefore offer combined professional and research training degrees, such as the MD-PhD dual program, which is useful for medical professionals looking to pursue a research career.

Anatomy of a phd thesis

anatomy of a phd thesis

Neither the JD nor the US/Canada MD programs universally require students to complete a specified academic research component in order to be awarded the degree title. However, there are also many research degrees , such as the MD, which conduct scholarly research (medical in the case of the MD) which is published in peer-reviewed journals. This makes them very similar to PhDs, and some countries consider them equivalent. Some institutions therefore offer combined professional and research training degrees, such as the MD-PhD dual program, which is useful for medical professionals looking to pursue a research career.

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