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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2008-2010 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Molecular Biosciences 695  

Molecular Biosciences 695


The Graduate School-New Brunswick and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Piscataway offer a shared interdisciplinary program in the life sciences with fellowship support to admitted students. This program coordinates the recruitment and admission of students to the doctoral programs in biochemistry, cell and developmental biology, microbiology and molecular genetics, physiology and integrative biology, and cellular and molecular pharmacology.


Students may study with more than 200 participating faculty members associated with these programs. They have opportunities for study in such fields as biochemisty, biotechnology, cell biology, computational molecular biology, developmental biology, macromolecular structure, microbiology, molecular biology, molecular biophysics, molecular genetics, molecular virology, and protein engineering.

Students enrolled in the molecular biosciences program are expected to follow the core curriculum outlined below in their first year of study. Subsequently, they are expected to proceed in one of the participating degree-granting programs. This core curriculum is integrated into the requirements of each of the participating programs.
 
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