Noreen Williams, PhD, and Connie Rink.

Doctoral student Connie Rink (right) works with her mentor, Noreen Williams, PhD. They study parasites that cause African sleeping sickness and Chagas disease, using state-of-the-art molecular biological and biochemical approaches.

Education and Training

Whether you’re a graduate, medical or undergraduate student, we engage you in distinctive learning opportunities. You can be part of our collaborative research teams led by our expert faculty scientists.

  • 2/9/17
    We have competitive awards that recognize your scholarly excellence and contributions to our scientific community.
  • 6/9/15
    Outside of classrooms and labs, you will have many opportunities to engage in leadership, informal learning and networking.
  • 6/9/15
    Our leading-edge teaching resources bolster your microbiology and immunology education and help you make the most of your training.
  • 5/10/15
    We offer PhD and MA degrees in microbiology and immunology. Learn how to apply at the doctoral or master’s level.