Biology (Stem Cell) Graduate Programs
Stem cell biology is a subfield of biology combining the studies of genetics, biochemistry, and cellular and molecular biology. It places a particular emphasis on the study of the mechanisms of normal cellular growth and development, as well as the state of diseased cellular activity. Stem cell research plays an important role in discovering how disease and cellular disorder and dysfunction are created, and how these conditions can be corrected or avoided.
Individuals pursuing a graduate degree in stem cell biology participate in an interdisciplinary course of study, with a focus on both didactic and research-based coursework. They typically graduate from their programs with an MS in stem cell biology. At that point they could be prepared to enter the workforce or to continue their studies in MD or PhD programs.
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