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
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.