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MDB graduate student Kyle McKracken is selected to attend the 2014 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Germany
PhD student Ariel Rydeen's work is featured in Development
The Molecular & Developmental Biology Graduate Program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center offers a unique opportunity to participate in cutting-edge research while being embedded in one of the top three pediatric hospitals in the nation. The major emphasis of the over 60 laboratories at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is the study of human development and childhood diseases. Our faculty represent some of the world’s most respected pediatric researchers and Cincinnati Children's has been the home of major breakthroughs in both pediatric and adult medicine.
Regulation of cellular growth control and tumor biology
Cardiac development, function and disease
Laboratories in this group are involved in the development of novel therapeutic approaches for childhood and adult diseases. This includes the identification of new targets for the development of therapeutics, the design of therapeutic strategies, pre-clinical validation, and the translation of these findings to the clinic through the initiation of clinical trials and partnering with the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries.
Genetic and bioinformatic studies to understand human development and disease
Cellular and molecular mechanisms regulating immune responses and diseases
Development and diseases of peripheral and central nervous systems
Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Normal and Abnormal Development.
Lung biology, development and diseases
Biology and regulation of the human reproductive system
Stem cell regulation, biology and therapies
This elite program is research-intensive and fosters innovative thinking, rigorous experimentation, and excellence in scientific communication. It is designed to train future leaders in pediatric biomedical research.
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This laboratory-based program will offer a unique curriculum focused on the most current biomedical techniques. Graduates will be trained to conduct the research that will fuel the health-care innovations of tomorrow.
Contact Program Coordinator Ms. Amanda Middleton for more information.
This international training program supports Masters students from selected, elite universities around the world as they conduct their thesis research at Cincinnati Children's.
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