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Multidisciplinary PhD Program in Biomedical Sciences

Molecular Biology, Genetics and Cancer (MBGC) Track

The MBGC Track includes the disciplines of Molecular Biology, Molecular Genetics, and Cancer, as well as Biochemistry, Radiation Biology, Structural Biology, and Bioinformatics. These disciplines encompass a set of complementary approaches to life processes. Their common objective is to understand how structure and function define intra- and inter-cellular processes. Students in this track will receive a broad, yet personalized, scientific education. Such training will expand the students' capacity for scholarly activity and independent creative thinking. The MBGC Track emphasizes practical preparation for scientific careers in both academia and industry.

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All Faculty in the Molecular Biology, Genetics and Cancer (MBGC) Track
Biochemistry
Molecular Genetics
Cancer Biology
Radiation Biology
Bioinformatics
Pathology

Molecular Biology, Genetics and Cancer Proposed Curriculum

Guided Curriculum in Cancer Biology
Guided Curriculum in Structural Biology
Guided Curriculum in Translational Research
Guided Curriculum in Genomics Bioinformatics
Guided Curriculum in Gene Expression and Signal Transduction

Admissions committee chair: Dr. Nikhat Parveen
Please address inquiries and requests for information to: mbgc@gsbs.rutgers.edu

Additional information on specific faculty research interests can be found on the following departmental websites:

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Microbiology and Molecular Genetics

Molecular Pathology and Immunology

Cancer Center

MBGC Application