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Comparative Biomedical Sciences
ABOUT THE COMPARATIVE BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES PROGRAM
The Comparative Biomedical Sciences graduate degree program offers the MS or PhD degree through exceptional research training in core areas of animal and human health. The program's areas of focus include genomics, infectious disease, immunology, molecular and cellular biology, neuroscience, oncology, pathology, pharmacology and toxicology, physiology and virology.
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Faculty listings, program overview, minimum degree requirements and satisfactory progress information.
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Most students must be accepted by a major professor in the CBMS Graduate Program before they can be fully admitted to the program. Rotations are offered to a limited number of entering students (1-2) in the fall semester.
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