Escola Paulista de Medicina
Postgraduate Program in Pharmacology

Doctoral Degree

The Doctoral Program aims to develop teaching, the ability to conduct original and independent research in Pharmacology and Physiology and other related areas through research activity, courses, seminars and didactic activity.

1. Requirements for Admission
Master's degree in the area of ​​Biological or Health Sciences.

The Postgraduate without the Master's Degrees will be able to take the Doctorate Course as long as it fulfills the requirements related to the Program Norms and is approved by CEPG.
The Postgraduate Master's degree from other Graduate Programs recognized by CAPES may enter the doctorate after being submitted to the evaluation by CEPG.

2. Requirements for the Doctoral degree
2.1. Obtain at least 50 (fifty) units of credits in total, resulting from their participation in courses, scientific meetings and didactic activity, approved by the Program's CEPG;
2.2. Comply with the compulsory courses of the course;
2.3. Defend thesis work that represents original and significant contribution to Pharmacology, Physiology and related fields;
2.4. Write and submit at least one work related to the thesis, having the Graduate as the first author, which should be sent to the publication in an indexed journal.
2.5. Students enrolled in the direct doctorate must fulfill the maximum period of five (5) years to complete the course.
The enrollment lockout period, if it occurs, will be computed within the deadlines established in accordance with the general regulations of the UNIFESP CPGPq.
There may be a maximum extension of up to three months within the stipulated 48-month period at the request of the Advisor and evaluation by CEPG.


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