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.
Our PhD program offers you a holistic package for success. You will explore multiple organisms — viruses, eukaryotes and bacteria — plus immunology. You will contribute to research that paves the way for novel infectious disease therapies. You will prepare for a career in academia, government or industry.
You’ll gain a solid foundation for high-demand biotechnology and biomedical careers with our master of arts program in microbiology and immunology. You’ll also be well prepared to pursue PhD, medical or dental education programs.