Graduate Programs in Biomedical Sciences

Graduate Programs, Chairman: H.V. Baker,

Graduate Coordinators Genetics: Peggy Wallace and Eric Wang

Graduate Coordinators Immunology Microbiology: Scott Tibbetts

and Clayton Mathews

The Graduate Faculty of the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology  participate in the Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences (BMS),  leading to the Doctor of Philosophy degree, with specialization in one of the eight advanced concentration areas of the BMS.  Departmental areas of research associated with the BMS focus on topical problems in molecular genetics, viral genetics, and viral and bacterial pathogenesis.

Faculty in the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology also participate  in the Master’s of Science Programs.

Financial Support (Stipends & Tuition Waivers)

Financial Support (Funding)