The Cellular & Molecular Biology (CMB) graduate program at the
University of Wisconsin-Madison provides students the opportunity to
work with more than 170 CMB faculty trainers in over 40 academic
departments. CMB faculty trainers are grouped into eleven areas of
research strength: Cancer Biology, Cell Adhesion & Cytoskeleton,
Cellular & Molecular Metabolism, Developmental Biology &
Regenerative Medicine, Immunology, Membrane Biology & Protein
Trafficking, Molecular & Genome Biology of Microbes, Plant Biology,
RNA, Transcriptional Mechanisms and Virology. Coursework and research
experience allows students to obtain a solid foundation in Cellular and
Molecular Biology that is tailored to the professional objectives of
each student. Program benefits include a competitive stipend, tuition
coverage, comprehensive benefits, and an excellent cost of living.
According to PhDs.org, CMB at UW-Madison ranks second in the nation for large graduate programs in cell and developmental biology.