I was a non-traditional student and the MMG program was very helpful in designing a curriculum that suited my educational needs. The advising I received was out of this world and the MMG faculty is comprised of a community of very talented and motivated individuals. You can see the positive attitude of the faculty trickle down to their students. I have greatly enjoyed my time in the MMG program and would recommend it to anyone looking to receive an education that truly prepares them for their future as an employee or as a candidate for higher education.
Kayo Imamura received her Ph.D. in 2005 at Osaka Prefecture University in Japan. She is currently working in Dr. Doublié's lab on structure/function studies of DNA glycosylases of the base excision repair pathway.