Students earn either a M.S. or Ph.D degree in Cell, Molecular, and Structural Biology (CMSB) but closely interact with one or more departments.

CMSB students are eligible for assistantships and will take courses in core areas of cell, molecular and structural biology. CMSB students will also attend both scientific and professional development-based seminars to prepare them for life after graduate training.

Students interested in the CMSB program should review the research interests of the CMSB faculty. Any CMSB faculty member may serve as a thesis/dissertation advisor.

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    Cell, Molecular, & Structural Biology
    Graduate Program

    The Graduate Program in Cell, Molecular and Structural Biology (CMSB) is a multidisciplinary, interdepartmental program of study and research leading to M.S. (with a thesis required) and Ph.D. degrees. The CMSB program brings together, from various departments at Miami University, faculty and students with broad interests in several areas of life sciences.

    Dr. Carole Dabney-Smith
    Chair, CMSB Admissions
    132 Hughes Lab
    Oxford, OH 45056

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    For more information on applying to the CMSB program,
    please complete the Request for Information.