Cellular and Molecular Patholgy Graduate Degree Program
Website: Cellular and Molecular Patholgy Graduate Degree Program's website
Phone: (608) 262-2665
1685 Highland Ave
Madison, WI 53705
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The graduate program in cellular and molecular pathology (CMP) is a joint venture of the UW–Madison Department of Pathology and the School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH). This interdisciplinary training environment, embedded in an exciting and challenging basic and clinical translational research context, offers a high level of intellectual stimulation for predoctoral training. The CMP curriculum is novel at the university, providing integrated training in fundamental concepts of modern pathobiology with an emphasis on biochemical, cellular and molecular approaches, and providing rigorous in-depth bench-level research training in understanding the fundamental bases of diseases. Trainees and trainers participate in rigorous pathobiology courses and activities, and are offered in-depth research training in the pathobiology of cancer, nervous and immune system diseases, and signal transduction in basic disease mechanisms.
Graduate school application fee waivers are available upon request. Students receive a yearly stipend in addition to tuition remission and health insurance benefits.
Minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 grade point system in a strong, science-oriented undergraduate program. Evidence of academic and research potential as expressed in letters of recommendation. Statement of research interest.