Cell, Molecular & Developmental Biology Program

CMDB 2014

CMDB at the 2014 Sackler Relays

CMDB Program Guide  download pdf

Beginning with admission of the 2015 class, CMDB will offer strong interdisciplinary training across a spectrum of biomedically related translational areas. The new training program has its roots in a highly successful integrated first year curriculum that provides a strong foundation in biomedical research.

Our program brings together over 70 faculty based on the Health Sciences Campus of Tufts University in the schools of Medicine, Dental Medicine, and Nutrition as well as scientists based at the Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging. Faculty based in the School of Engineering and the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine as well as at the Maine Medical Center Research Institute are also active participants. 

Students entering CMDB have the ability to select one of four concentrations of study:

  • Structural & Chemical Biology
  • Developmental & Regenerative Biology
  • Cancer Biology
  • Molecular & Cellular Medicine

Each concentration features a curriculum designed to give trainees in depth knowledge while preserving a breadth of exposure to contemporary research approaches in biomedical science. The rigorous training program will continue to foster the development of key student-driven discoveries that will inform our understanding of the cellular pathways, molecular signaling networks and systems-based mechanisms that govern human development and disease, leading to the generation of innovative new therapies.

Contact Information

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Ira Herman, PhD
Program Director

Administrative Office
Jaharis 512
Phone: 617-636-6836
Fax: 617-636-2990

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The Health Sciences Campus is home to Sackler, the Schools of Medicine, Dental Medicine, Nutrition, Tufts Medical Center and several research institutes.

Application for 2015 Admission

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The deadline for PhD programs is December 15, 2014.