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  • Adult Stem Cells

    The department is heavily involved with stem cell research ranging from various types of adult stem cells to cancer stem cells. While each laboratory has a unique approach to investigating stem cells

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  • Neurodegenerative Disease

    Faculty with a Research Interest in Neurodegenerative Disease Daniel Djakiew [Professor]Urologic cancer; p75NTR; neurodegenerative disease.Charbel Elhajj Moussa [Research Assistant Professor]Dean

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  • Molecular Machines

    The processes required for life as we know it are carried out by protein and nucleic acid catalysts that act as molecular machines. Many aspects of research in our department touch upon these machine

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  • Infectious Disease

    Multiple departmental faculty perform research related to current challenges in infectious disease diagnosis, treatment, and control. In these activities the faculty use the same portfolio of cross d

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  • Endocrinology

    Faculty with a Research Interest in Endocrinology Partha P Banerjee [Associate Professor]Mark Danielsen [Associate Professor]Ian Gallicano [Associate Professor]Usha N Kasid [Professor]Mary Beth Ma

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  • Cancer

    Faculty with a Research Interest in Cancer Hakima Amri [Associate Professor]Partha P Banerjee [Associate Professor]Prostate cancer.Fung-Lung Chung [Professor]Chemical carcinogenesis; DNA damage;

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  • Bioinformatics

    While the field of bioinformatics encompasses a wide variety of computational, mathematical, and molecular technologies, the bioinformatics faculty in Biochemistry and Molecular & Cellular Biology ha

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  • Forms

    Rotation Completion FormMentor-Student Agreement FormExamination Report FormPhase II Exam RubricDocumentation of Satisfactory Progress in Thesis Research FormDissertation Defense Report FormThesis Re

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  • Courses

    Students are required to complete 32 credits of coursework, 19 credits of required courses and 13 credits of electives. Students must pass all courses with a B or better. Students can choose elect

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  • Student Resources

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