MD-PhD

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MD-PhD is a dual degree of doctor of medicine and PhD (research oriented doctorate) level degree combined as one longer course called MD-PhD.

What does MD-PhD stand for?

MD-PhD stands for Doctorate of Medicine and of Philosophy.

Purpose

The main purpose of MD-PhD programs is to train physicians as both physicians and as scientists

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Course structure

Eligibility

Benefits

Tuition

Notable people

List of MD-PhD programs

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