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Texas A&M Biology Graduate Program

Friday, November 9, 2018

The Department of Biology at Texas A&M University offers Ph.D. training in Biology and Microbiology with faculty members who explore a diverse suit of disciplines in the biological sciences, including genetics, genomics and bioinformatics, cell biology, neurobiology, biological clocks, developmental biology, antibiotic discovery and development, preclinical research, evolutionary biology, plant sciences, microbial physiology and mechanisms of virulence, molecular physiology, marine biology, and protein synthesis and structure. This high-impact research is aided by world-class animal care facilities, a high-performance computing center, a state-of-the-art microscopy and imaging center, and field stations.          
At Texas A&M University, the Life Sciences are one of the largest interdisciplinary research areas on campus, with collaborations between a variety of disciplines. All students entering the program receive rigorous academic training and carry out their research in competitive, state-of-the-art research labs.
The application deadline for the Ph.D. programs in Biology and Microbiology is December 1st and further information can be found on our Department’s Graduate Program page.  

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If you have questions or concerns, please email me at gradadvising@bio.tamu.edu or jbradford@bio.tamu.edu.
We hope to see your students applying for this graduate program.

Jennifer L. Bradford
Graduate Program Coordinator | Department of Biology
102 Butler | 3258 TAMU |  College Station, TX 77843-3258
Tel. 979-845-7755 |  Fax. 979-845-2891

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