What is Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine at WVU like?
A major goal of graduate program in biochemistry and molecular biology is to foster ability for independent thought.
To this end, our faculty cultivates an open, collegial relationship with one another and with our students. Close collaboration between scientists, the sharing of ideas and open inquiry are critical components of our training plan. Our goal is to develop your independence as a scientist.
The hallmarks of graduate training in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology are the emphasis placed on the use of scientific literature in advanced coursework and on protecting time for laboratory research. In addition, you will have time for professional development through seminar presentation, attendance of national meetings, teaching opportunities, and seminar programs both within the department and throughout the Health Sciences Center.
Each graduate program sets their own term of admission and application deadline. Applicants can only apply for admission for the term displayed below. Any questions regarding the application deadline should be directed to the graduate program representative.
Fall: December 1
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