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The Molecular & Developmental Biology (MDB) graduate program, allows students to get a PhD at the University of Cincinnati and benefit from both institutions. The program emphasizes translational science, which aims to study and cure human diseases, particularly in children. Take a look at what the training and student life is like in Cincinnati, where the cost of living is low and graduate student stipends are competitive.
Applicants for the Molecular & Developmental Biology Program at Cincinnati Children's and the University of Cincinnati get wined and dined when they come to interview. They stay at a great hotel, go to nice dinners, meet our world-renowned faculty and get a taste of why students choose to do research in Cincinnati. Listen to students say, in their own words, what attracted them to the program.
We invite you to consider the Molecular and Developmental Biology Graduate Program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, where world-class faculty train tomorrow's scientists.
The UC Academic Health Center, together with the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, rank among America's leading academic health centers. Excellence in education, patient care, and research draws students, researchers, physicians and patients from all over the world to take advantage of many unique opportunities.
This video highlights students from some of the many excellent Health Sciences programs in the Graduate School at the University of Cincinnati. The video also highlights opportunities for financial support, mentoring, and research at UC's Grad School, while showcasing its renowned faculty and outstanding and diverse student body.
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