The Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology (MPP) Graduate Program at Brown University offers students an intimate, congenial and collaborative learning environment that draws upon faculty experts from the life and physical science departments, as well as physician-scientists at affiliated hospitals. Together, students and faculty form a community of scholars committed to Brown's core mission: advancing knowledge and scientific discovery.
The MPP Program provides a collaborative and intimate learning environment that allows for extensive, one-on-one faculty-student interactions.
Students work alongside accomplished faculty in modern laboratories and research facilities equipped with state-of-the art instrumentation.
The MPP Graduate Program is a proud partner in a number of initiatives for faculty, staff, and students from historically underrepresented groups.
Research in MPP intersects with diverse fields of study and encourages collaboration between students and faculty mentors across and within Brown's academic departments and affiliated hospitals.