Earn an accelerated PhD degree in as little as 7 years
Graduate degree programs
Rigorous educational training for tomorrow’s scientists
Uses the approaches of chemistry, physics, and biology to understand the fundamental mechanisms of living organisms
Life science research in biochemistry, biophysics, cell biology, genetics, immunology, microbiology, molecular biology, structural biology, and virology
Interdisciplinary science training provides a foundation in genetics, microbiology, and biochemistry
Designed for students with science degrees who want to transition into a variety of careers
Postdoctoral training programs
Our postdoctoral programs provide advanced research training and career development.
Designed to prepare fellows to address critical knowledge gaps in zoonotic infectious diseases and emergence of antimicrobial resistance. It is funded by the prestigious and highly competitive National Institutes of Health T32 training program.
Centers, initiatives, and programs
- Cellular signaling
- Molecular reproduction and regeneration
- Infectious disease
- Functional genomics
- Chromosome biology and DNA repair
- Biology and biochemistry education research
Our faculty and students have access to extensive and modern WSU research labs, libraries, and facilities in molecular, material, chemical, and biochemical sciences.
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School of Molecular Biosciences
Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine
P.O. Box 647520, Pullman, WA 99164-7520