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If you would like to submit an electronic application for the Pathobiology & Molecular Medicine program, please visit the University of Cincinnati Graduate
admissionsThis link opens in a new window. and complete the form.
Fall: Application opens August 1, 2023, and closes December 1, 2023
All students accepted into the Pathobiology & Molecular Medicine program receive full remission of tuition and student fees and single-student health insurance coverage. In addition, all graduate students receive a competitive living stipend of $30,000
during their training, increasing to $32,000 once they have passed the qualifying exams for Ph.D. candidacy. No laboratory or teaching assistance is required of the student during their graduate career. In return, students will work full-time and devote 12 months per year to their graduate training.
Half-day visits allow you to analyze the benefits of this program first-hand. Depending on your schedule you will be able to:
Rhea CastrucciGraduate Program CoordinatorPathobiology and Molecular MedicineUniversity of CincinnatiMSB 6168Cincinnati, OH 45267Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: (513) 558-7113
Rhea CastrucciGraduate Program CoordinatorPathobiology and Molecular MedicineUniversity of CincinnatiMSB 1154ACincinnati, OH 45267Email:email@example.comPhone: (513) 558-7113
Margaret Powers-Fletcher, Ph.D.Graduate Program DirectorPathobiology and Molecular MedicineUniversity of CincinnatiMail Location: 0560Cincinnati, OH 45267-0560Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: (513) 558-4704
Onur Kanisicak, Ph.D.Assistant Graduate Program DirectorPathobiology and Molecular MedicineUniversity of CincinnatiCVC 1928Mail Location: 0529Cincinnati, OH 45267-0529Email: email@example.comPhone: (513) 558-2029
Medical Science Building Room 6168231 Albert Sabin WayCincinnati, OH 45267-0529 Phone: (513) 558-7113Email: firstname.lastname@example.org