Information for Prospective Students and MCB Alumni
Information for Prospective Students
Currently, over 30 students are enrolled in the Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Molecular and Cellular Biology (MCB). Our students have diverse research interests. They are willing to share information about their research projects and life as an MCB student. Click on the MCB News Letter or contact us with questions (see below).
Complete this form to request additional information about the MCB program. If you are interested in contacting a current MCB student, please indicate that interest on the request form and the MCB office will contact you.
Letter to prospective students
MCB Photo Gallery: This page shows images of MCB students, their research, and research facilities. Click on a thumbnail to see a larger version of that image.
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Information for International Students
Intercultural learning and exchange are essential components of education for all students and faculty. OHIO University is committed to furthering international education at the university and within the Athens communityand fostering opportunities for students, staff, and faculty to develop a global perspective fundamental to full participation in the world. The links below will take you to information for international students at OHIO University.
General Information for International Graduate Students
International Student and Faculty Services The principal mission of the Office of International Student and Faculty Services (ISFS) is to provide support services for international students, faculty, staff and scholars, and their dependents; to enable them to achieve their educational goals and objectives. ISFS assists students with obtaining a visa, completing immigration forms, orientation to campus life, locating housing and setting up utilities, and more.
MCB Alumni: Where are they now?
MCB graduates go on to careers as active academic researchers and teachers, or working in major industrial R&D, or in smaller biotechnology companies (e.g., Cell Signaling Tech Inc., Human Genome Sciences, Burnham Institute, and Lexicon Genetics). Fields range from pharmaceutical development and manufacturing to oncology to biotechnology. Click on an MCB News Letter (at right) to read about what some MCB alumni are doing now.
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