Key Benefits of the Program

  • High impact translational research in cardiovascular and metabolic physiology and pathophysiology
  • Internationally recognized faculty in cardiovascular and neuronal physiology
  • Opportunities for independent student funding
  • Collaborative research environment
  • Successful graduates


Admission Requirements

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The application for this program opens August 1, 2021.



Contact Us

For Admissions & Application Information Contact

Patricia L. Cameron, PhD
Vice Dean, The Graduate School

Aleesha Waller
Manager - Recruitment
& Admissions, The Graduate School

(706) 721- 3278


Our mission is to provide graduate level research scientists with the necessary didactic training, problem solving, communication, and professional skills necessary to become future leaders in research and education. 

Skills are developed through state of the art laboratory research in a broad spectrum of experimental systems from molecules to whole body physiology and pathophysiology.

 Research in the Physiology program specifically addresses diseases leading to significant human morbidity and mortality including hypertension, diabetes, obesity , and stroke.

 Our goals are to train independent, creative, and productive scholars in the physiological sciences and to prepare students for successful careers spanning academia, government and industry.


Yisang Yoon,PhD   Program Director

"Graduate school is where you build your work ethic and sow the seeds for your future career, which I would say requires 'Intelligent Perseverance.'  Our Physiology program fosters an environment for students to develop independent thinking skills and to prepare them well for their next career stage."

Yisang Yoon, PhD 

Program Information

Yisang Yoon, PhD
Program Director

Cathy Davidson
Program Administrator 
(706) 721- 7739


Student Profile | Mahmoud Abdelbary


Mahmoud Abdelbary

"My mentor,Dr. Jennifer Sullivan, always repeats “Data is data”. She never becomes frustrated with students for getting negative results in experiments. She is supportive and teaches us how handle such stress."

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