Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology Graduate Degree Program
Position title: Kristin Cooper, Graduate Program Manager
WIMR Room 1005
1111 Highland Avenue
Madison, WI 53705
MAIN AREAS OF RESEARCH
Members of our program employ the whole spectrum of modern biochem-ical, cell and molecular biological, physiological, and pharmacological methods in a basic research-oriented scientific environment to unravel the many unsolved mysteries underlying cellular regulation and signaling. Certain research initiatives have a translational component, with the goal of applying basic discoveries to developing new therapeutic modalities. Our program brings together an outstanding group of dedicated trainers with a focus on cellular signal transduction.
Students receive tuition remission and a competitive stipend, and are guaranteed support so long as they remain in good academic standing. Comprehensive health insurance is available at a minimal cost. Graduate school application fee waivers are available upon request.
Thank you for your interest in the Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology Training Program. We are a member of the Biomedical Graduate Program Consortium. Our admissions process is outlined on the consortium’s admissions website.
GRE scores are not required for our program. The deadline to apply for entry in Fall 2023 is December 1, 2022.