The FAE graduate program offers a Ph.D. in Functional Anatomy and Evolution and provides individualized support by world-leading professors for each student in a close-knit department with an excellent faculty to student ratio. Our primary focuses are independent research and teaching human gross anatomy, with research areas that range from vertebrate fossils, to primates to recent human remains.
The Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution has traditionally not trained MD-PhD students.
Students are accepted for graduate work leading to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.
|ME.130.708||Biomechanics of the Skeleton||0|
|ME.130.746||Evolutionary Theory and Phylogenetic Comparative Methods||0|
|Other Courses and Elective Opportunities|
|Elective courses must be approved by preceptor; any member of the center may be a preceptor.|