Our Academic Programs
Cellular & Molecular Biology
ABOUT THE CELLULAR & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY PROGRAM
CMB is a large, interdisciplinary bioscience graduate program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, an institutional leader in biological research with state-of-the-art facilities and programs that are recognized worldwide. CMB provides the opportunity to work with more than 190 faculty trainers spanning over 40 departments on a campus known for cooperation and collaboration. The CMB program requirements emphasize research and coursework tailored to each student's professional objectives.
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Faculty listings, program overview, minimum degree requirements and satisfactory progress information.
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CMB students all earn a stipend that is set by the program each year, and tuition is covered. First year rotating students are funded through the CMB Program during the first semester. After the first semester, students are typically funded by their thesis advisor. In some cases, students earn individual fellowships or training grant slots and are funded through these mechanisms. Please contact the CMB Program for specific questions about stipend level, etc.
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