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Training scientists for a biomedical research career in the academic, educational, federal or commercial worlds
Contemplating a biomedical research career in the academic, educational, federal or commercial worlds? Apply to the Graduate Program in Molecular Genetics, Biochemistry, and Microbiology to advance your training. Our Graduate Programs consist of 38 faculty in the Molecular Genetics Track and 13 in the Human Genetics Track that are currently training our next generation of scientists. Please view the videos below to find out more information about our program.
With the future of medicine and medical practice firmly rooted in recent advances in biochemical and genetic technologies, the graduate programs in Molecular Genetics, Biochemistry and Microbiology at the University of Cincinnati College
of Medicine are ideally placed to provide you with the challenge, intellectual excitement and high-level training necessary to jump-start your career in molecular biology and medicine.
See our MolGen Handbook MolGen Handbook 2022-2023 FINAL for
additional information. Additional information and the Handbook for the Graduate School at the University of Cincinnati can be found on the following website.
Congratulations to Miller Lab Graduate Student Matt Beucler who has been awarded a 2020-2021 Predoctoral Fellowship from the American Heart Association. Way to go Matt!
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