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Pathobiology & Molecular Medicine

Teaching Opportunities 

Students in the Pathobiology and Molecular Medicine graduate program are not required to serve as graduate teaching assistants; however, gaining such experience is highly recommended and is critical to future success as a scientist - educator. In addition to formalized educational training through the Preparing Future Faculty program, the instructors for several PMM graduate courses are holding lecture dates for interested graduate student lecturers.

UC PMM Graduate Courses:

Immunology of Disease
Advanced students may provide a lecture on their organism or disease of interest. Contact:Laura Conforti

Medical Histology
Students may elect to teach the histology of a particular organ system, including attendance at the lab and the design and grading of exam questions.
Contact: David Askew

Methods in Biomedical Research
Advanced students may assist new students during the class and/or provide a lecture on a particular method in which they have considerable experience. 
Contact: Min Liu

Other Opportunities

Preparing Future Faculty program at UC

Graduate Student Workshop Series

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More Information

Emily Dobbs
Graduate Program Manager
Pathobiology and Molecular Medicine
University of Cincinnati
MSB 1154
Mail Location: 0529
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0529
Email: dobbsek@uc.edu
Phone: (513) 558-7113
Fax:(513)-558-2289

Phillip Owens, PhD
Graduate Program Director
Pathobiology and Molecular Medicine
University of Cincinnati
CVC 3925
Mail Location: 0542
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0542
Email: phillip.owens@uc.edu
Phone: (513) 558-3428

Michael Tranter, PhD
Graduate Program Co- Director 
Pathobiology and Molecular Medicine
University of Cincinnati
CVC 3928
Mail Location: 0542
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0542
Email: michael.tranter@uc.edu
Phone: (513) 558-3507