Georgia, United States
The Graduate Program in Cancer Biology provides outstanding training opportunities in every aspect of cancer research, from basic to translational research. This includes molecular and cellular biology, genetics and epigenetics, signal transduction, genetic engineering, nanotechnologies, and many other disciplines used to understand the development and progression of cancer. Many different approaches are applied to a range of model systems to address how a normal cell becomes a cancer cell.
Doctoral Degree, PhD,
Ms. Kathy Smith
Director of Recruitment and Admissions
Strong science backgrounds are suggested as our curriculum is built for students familiar with core scientific priniciples to develop rapidly during their time in the program. Our program recommends all prospective students have worked in a biomedical research laboratory prior to admissions into the program.