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. We are a community of individuals from many different backgrounds, and we appreciate that a diverse student body and faculty enhance every part of our community. Currently, there are over 200 faculty trainers and around 120 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.
2021 Alumni Newsletter
Classes have resumed in person at UW, and campus is feeling quite lively. Despite the pandemic, our students, faculty, and alumni have continued to make great scientific strides and win prestigious awards, and the CMB …
Thirty-two members of the University of Wisconsin-Madison faculty, including four CMB Faculty Trainers, have been awarded fellowships from the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education for 2022-23. The awardees span the …
Assistant professor Jason Cantor has received a 2021 Hartwell Individual Biomedical Research Award. He was among ten award-winning proposals that represent early-stage, innovative and cutting-edge technology in medicine and biomedical engineering.
Professor Shannon Kenney receives prestigious Henle Award, recognizing impactful contributions to research on Epstein-Barr virus.
Congratulations to CMB student Grant Nickles who was awarded an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and both Alexandra Fister and Dominic Chomchai for honorable mention! The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF-GRFP) recognizes and …
UW–Madison graduate programs are once again ranked among the nation’s best in the 2023 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Graduate Schools.”uw-logo-centered-web
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