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Message from the Provost of the CSMM, Prof. Leonidas A. Phylactou 

Message from the Provost of the Cyprus School of Molecular Medicine
Prof. Leonidas A. Phylactou 

Dear Prospective Student,

I would like to introduce you to the Cyprus School of Molecular Medicine which is the postgraduate school of The Cyprus Institute of Neurology & Genetics.

The Cyprus Institute of Neurology & Genetics (CING), as a Center of Excellence and a Referral Center in basic and applied research in biomedical and clinical sciences, combines services, research and education so as to produce novel knowledge in biology and diseases and upgrade the quality of life of people. 

The Cyprus School of Molecular Medicine (CSMM) functions as a catalyst for the implementation of the Institute’s objectives by contributing to the research output and clinical applications. Our postgraduate programs give our students a unique education in the areas of neurology, genetics and biomedical sciences with direct application in the area of Health.  Like CING, CSMM is a School based on international standards of excellence. 

The CSMM provides high standard education in biomedical sciences, by offering its students a unique environment for Masters and Doctoral studies. Our academic programs are demanding. Through our academic programs, our students learn how to weave together theory and practice, since the programs combine taught courses and research in our highly specialized laboratories to experience in real work from first-hand. Inevitably, our students contribute and play a vital role in our research programs. Our students represent our next generation of scientists!

We, at the CSMM, are committed to ensuring quality and rigorous academic programs that will challenge our students. I invite you to explore our academic programs described in the Prospectus. You may also visit our website for more information. You can always get in touch with our Faculty and the Education Office for assistance.

Professor Leonidas A. Phylactou
Provost of the Cyprus School of Molecular Medicine

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