Our Academic Programs
Cellular and Molecular Pathology
ABOUT THE CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY PROGRAM
The CMP program specifically focuses on the pathogenesis of human diseases with an integration of basic and clinical medical knowledge of disease into graduate education. The mission of the CMP Program is to provide graduate students with interdisciplinary and integrated training in the pathogenesis of human diseases with emphasis on molecular, cellular and biochemical approaches.
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Faculty listings, program overview, minimum degree requirements and satisfactory progress information.
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All students receive an annual stipend for $25,000 (2013-14 rate) for a 12-month appointment. It is the intention of the program to continue to award this stipend as a research assistantship throughout the student's Ph.D. studies. During rotation the stipend will be funded by the department. Once the student has selected a lab, the primary investigator will fund the student from grant funding. To receive the stipend, the student must maintain full-time status of 8-12 credits per semester.
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