Advisory Committee

The role of the advisory committee is to monitor the progress of each student’s research, and to decide (in partnership with the student’s mentors) when the student’s work is sufficient for a Ph.D..

  • Each student assembles his/her own advisory committee after passing the qualifier and under advisement of his/her mentor. View Qualifying Examination guidelines.
  • The advisory committee consists of at least four members of the faculty, including:
    • The mentors
    • One additional member of the faculty of the Ph.D. in Clinical Investigation (PCI)
    • At least one Graduate Division faculty member with a related research interest

The student’s advisory committee will serve throughout the course of the Ph.D. training period, although the composition of the committee may be dynamic and adjusted according to the ultimate direction of the thesis research.

Members of the advisory committee must be approved by the Institute for Clinical and Translational Research, the Assistant Dean of Graduate Programs and, for MSTP students, by the Director of the MSTP.

For more information, view the graduate school’s Student Advisory Committee policies.

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