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-process).

To find out more information about the interdisciplinary CMB Program, visit theStudent Information 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

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Updated March 25, 2014 

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  • What our students have to say...

    When I first came to UVM, but halfway through the first semester of my sophomore year, I decided to make the switch to MMG. The decision was between Neuroscience, MMG, and Biochemistry, but after meeting with Doug, I knew MMG would be the perfect fit. My first meeting with my new MMG advisor went above and beyond my expectations; we planned out my course load for the next 2 and a half years, and told me to stop by whenever I was in the building so we could get to know each other better. My junior year, I ended up joining a lab on campus (Dr. Daniel Weiss, Pulmonary Medicine), which was an amazing experience. I made networking connections, and learned valuable laboratory techniques. I joined this lab because both my advisor and Stephanie advised me to do undergraduate research during my time here. After having a subpar first year at UVM, joining the MMG department made my experience a lot better. The MMG faculty and advisors are amazing, and willing to help with any questions that you might have. Overall, I feel extremely prepared for any job that may be in a microbiology or molecular genetics field due to the faculty and courses I took in the MMG department.

    Justin (Double major in Microbiology & Molecular Genetics), graduated 2015