BMCB is an interdisciplinary graduate program that develops interactive scientists who tackle basic science and health-related biological questions. BMCB students are exposed to a wide range of scientific approaches and ideas and develop effective communication skills. The BMCB program offers students a choice of 52 laboratories that study a wide range of research topics; these laboratories correspond to faculty members from more than seven different departments/units at the University of Arizona.
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