For Prospective Students
BioMolecular Science Gateway
Michigan State University has organized six of the biological sciences graduate units (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Cell and Molecular Biology, Genetics, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Pharmacology and Toxicology, Physiology) under one umbrella, designated as the BioMolecular Science Gateway (BMS).
Admission into the graduate programs of the six participating units will be administered through the central office of the BMS Program. Instructions for filing an application electronically can be found on the BMS Gateway website.
Highlights of the Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Program
- Fifty Excellent Faculty, with diverse research interests, external funding, and international reputation.
- State-of-the-Art Facilities, for genomics, metabolomics, and proteomics; for structural biology (X-ray crystallography and NMR); for flow cytometry and microscopy; and for computation and graphics.
- Attention to Professional Development, with personal career mentoring and workshops on writing and public speaking.
- One of the Best Places to Work, as attested by several surveys: One of Top 10 "Best Places to Work Scientific Institutions", The Scientist Magazine survey: MSU a "Best Place to Work 2010."
- Pleasant Living Environment, with beautiful campus, access to many cultural and recreational activities, and small city atmosphere.
- Faculty and their current area of research.
- Financial Support
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If you have any questions regarding your application status, please contact:
Carol Christofferson at (517) 884-5299
Cindy Robinson at (517) 353-9845 or (517) 884-5300