Graduate Education (Ph.D.)
Graduate programs are organized under the Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences at Washington University. In addition to teaching graduate courses, our faculty participate in the various “Pathways in Graduate Education” offered by DBBS. Advanced courses open to medical and graduate students provide for more detailed study of specific areas of cell biology, physiology and cellular biophysics.
Cell Biology and Physiology faculty oversee the following graduate courses:
Bio 5068 – Fundamentals of Molecular Cell Biology
Link to Molecular Cell Biology Bio 5068
Instructor: Robert W. Mercer, Ph.D.
Bio 5224 – Molecular, Cell and Organ Systems
Instructor: Kendall Blumer, Ph.D.
“Microscopy and TSA-Seq mapping of nuclear genome organization point to nuclear speckles as a major transcriptional hub”
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