The Cellular, Molecular and Biomedical Sciences (CMB) program provides personalized training in a graduate-student focused, state-of-the-art research environment. Our graduates are highly qualified scientists ready to take on the rigors of scientific careers.
Our interdisciplinary program is comprised of highly dedicated research faculty in 16 departments across the UVM campus. This breadth, combined with a collegial atmosphere, provides an ideal environment for studying the molecular, cellular, genetic, biophysical, and biochemical mechanisms that control organismal development and underlie human disease.
Furthermore, UVM is located in Burlington, VT, which is consistently ranked one of the best places to live in the United States.
The CMB Graduate Program is looking to train students who have a passion to learn and want to become successful in the sciences. See if you have the qualifications it takes to earn your PhD with some world-renowned faculty.
The Cellular, Molecular and Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program focuses on several major areas that will contribute to your individual development while earning your PhD and becoming a scientist. Academics, Research and Professional Skills.
CMB faculty have primary appointments in clinical as well as basic science departments, which brings a broad perspective of contemporary problems in cell, molecular and biomedical sciences.
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