Graduate Program Overview

Ph.D. students interested in conducting research in the Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics (MMG) apply through the Cellular, Molecular and Biomedical Sciences (CMB) Program (application link: http://www.uvm.edu/cmb/application-information/).

To find out more information about the interdisciplinary CMB Program, visit theProspective Students page on the CMB website.

The CMB Program has research strengths in the areas of

o Immunology and Microbial Pathogenesis
o Cancer Biology and Genome Stability
o Lung and Cardiovascular Biology
o Developmental and Plant Biology
o Structural Biology and Biophysics
o Proteomics and Bioinformatics

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When Ph.D. candidates join a lab in the MMG department, they enter a supportive and collaborative environment that encourages innovation. Graduates of the MMG doctoral program go on to a variety of positions in academia, research institutions, and industry. For a list of our alumni and where they went after graduation, click here.

For further information, contact cmb@uvm.edu

 

Updated March 25, 2014 

  • What our students have to say...

    I started out as plant biology major and on a whim I declared a molecular genetics minor so I could take Stephanie Phelps' class Intro to Recombinant DNA Technology. I didn't know what the class title meant, but it sounded cool so I thought it was a good idea. Three years later, in reflection, it was the best decision I've ever made because I have since switched my major to molecular genetics. My post grad plans are to pursue a higher-level degree in molecular biology and I honestly believe the MMG department and faculty played a vital role in steering me down that path.

    Tom (Molecular Genetics), graduated 2016