The Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine offers excellent opportunities for study in a choice of programs directed at different degree levels and career directions. These include an outstanding doctoral program, two highly regarded course and thesis-based masters programs, and a brand new Undergraduate thematic minor. In addition, CMM faculty are engaged in research aimed at continual program improvement as well as development of new curricular models and optimal teaching methods in medical and interprofessional health sciences education. For details about the various programs of study, please click on the relevant links.
The Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine offers a thesis-based Masters of Science Degree that prepares students for careers in the biomedical sciences, or for further PhD or MD studies. This program is open to individuals who hold a Bachelors Degree.
The PhD program in Molecular Medicine - a joint effort between the departments of CMM and Immunobiology - offers students opportunities to pursue graduate studies in the biomedical sciences with a focus on the biological mechanisms of human disease.
This certificate program is designed to educate students at the graduate level in biomedical sciences, with an emphasis on training in basic and translational clinical research, and to provide students with an advanced understanding of human anatomy and functional histology and cell biology.