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Graduate Study. The Graduate Group in Biochemistry, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology offers programs of study and research leading to the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. While an M.S. may be obtained while pursuing a Ph.D, only Ph.D applications will be accepted. Biochemistry, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology is a broad interdepartmental program.

Preparation. Appropriate preparation is an undergraduate degree in a biological or physical science. Preparation should include a year of calculus, physics, general chemistry and organic chemistry, and courses in statistics, biochemistry, genetics and cell biology.

Graduate Advisers. F. McNally (Molecular and Cellular Biology), E. Diaz (Pharmacology), R. Tucker (Med: Cell Biology), R. Fairclough (Neurology), T. Powers (Molecular and Cellular Biology), L. Rose (Molecular and Cellular Biology), J. Engebrecht (Molecular and Cellular Biology), C. Fraser (Molecular and Cellular Biology), E. Baldwin (Molecular and Cellular Biology), P. Knoepfler (Med: Cell Biology), K. Carraway (Med: Biochem and Molecular Medicine), K. Zito (Center for Neuroscience), D. Genetos (Vet. Anatomy & Cell Biology), M. Singer (Microbiology and Molecular Genetics), B. Draper (Molecular and Cellular Biology)

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