Welcome to the Graduate Program in Cellular and Molecular Biology (CMB) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Since 1961, CMB has been pioneering graduate education in the fields of cell biology and molecular biology. Currently, there are over 180 faculty trainers and 100 students in the program. For prospective students, this site provides information about the application process, the Ph.D. curriculum, and research being conducted by faculty trainers. Read more about CMB.
“Lead author and University of Wisconsin–Madison graduate student Jiarong Gao [CMB Student] placed SPF in various concentrations in water and demonstrated that the compound immobilized the cercariae, which promptly sank to the bottom of the …
Congratulations to CMB Trainer, Dr. Audhya, on being named Associate Dean for Basic Research for the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Medicine and Public Health!
Sherer, who has been a member of the UW Carbone Cancer Center since 2011, and his team use advanced microscopy techniques to watch how viruses interact with living cells in order to better understand the machinery …
CMB Trainer, Edwin Chapman, was featured in a story By David Tenenbaum, University Communications for his recent paper published in Nature Communications.
Congratulations to Kevin Cope, whose photo was recently selected for the cover of The Plant Cell, October 2019. Check out Kevin’s recent publication “The Ectomycorrhizal Fungus Laccaria bicolor Produces Lipochitooligosaccharides and Uses the Common Symbiosis Pathway to Colonize Populus RootsRoots.” …
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