The Graduate Program in Life Sciences Master's Program in Cellular and Molecular Biomedical Science (CMBS-MS) in the School of Medicine emphasizes medically-relevant scientific research and education, utilizing state-of-the-art resources.
The program is designed as a 2-year curriculum for full-time students, but may be completed over 5 years for part-time, working students. Students will become fluent in the study and implementation of biomedical research and will be well-prepared as skilled researchers for careers in academic research centers, government, and industry, including biotechnology firms and pharmaceutical companies.
The Master's in Cellular and Molecular Biomedical Science Program combines traditional areas of biomedical study, including cancer biology, human genetics, molecular and cell biology, pathology, pharmacology, and physiology into a unique interdisciplinary graduate training program. Specifically designed to develop scientists for the post-genomic era, CMBS-MS students will gain knowledge, research skills, and familiarity with the state-of-the-art biomedical tools and methodologies to solve important and timely questions in biomedical science.
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How to Apply
To apply, submit the online application and all required documents to the Graduate School along with the required nonrefundable application fee.
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Dates and Deadlines
There is a rolling admissions process for domestic students. The international and priority deadline is March 15 for best consideration for admission the following Fall. The official deadline for all others is July 1.