Graduate Programs Cell Biology Graduate Program
The UTMB Cell Biology Graduate Program (CBGP) is based on a multidisciplinary curriculum with emphasis on the translational importance of cell biology in the study and treatment of disease. Faculty in our program have broad interests which include specific strengths in the following:
- Cell Signaling, Cell Death, and Cancer
- Endocrinology, Pregnancy and Reproduction
- Development and Stem Cell Biology
- Alzheimer's Disease,Neurodegeneration and Neuronal Cell Death
- Pain and Neurotrauma
- Burn Injury
Neuroscience Graduate Program
The Neuroscience Graduate Program (NGP) at UTMB established in 1981 was the first Ph.D. program in neuroscience in Texas. The rich interdisciplinary program of course work and research provides an internationally competitive education that enhances a trainee's ability to become a scholarly and productive contributor to our knowledge of nervous system function and disease mechanisms.
Our goal is to graduate neuroscientists who have a broad base of experience with modern experimental skills and comprehensive knowledge background of the organization, structure and functions of nervous systems and who will seek to explore cellular and molecular mechanisms of important nervous system functions and disorders.