Molecular Biosciences: A Dynamic Program & Curriculum

The explosion of information and ever-increasing understanding of biological systems at a molecular level makes this an extraordinarily exciting time to embark on graduate studies in the biomedical and life sciences.

We offer our students an innovative and integrated curriculum with training in fields such as Biochemistry, Genetics, Cell and Developmental Biology, Pharmacology, Physiology, Structural and Computational Biology.

We feature a creative faculty committed to mentoring and a personalized curriculum that offers exposure to an array of experimental approaches in an interdisciplinary manner.

A lively learning community of students makes Rutgers a leading research University and a great choice for pursuing graduate work at the forefront of the molecular biosciences.

Piscataway/ New Brunswick is in Central New Jersey with easy access New York, Philadelphia and Washington DC.

Our graduates obtain positions of leadership in education, research, and industry.

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