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Director: Robert Cornell, Ph.D.Students in the Anatomy and Cell Biology Graduate Program benefit from integrated training in human structural anatomy and cell biology as a foundation for careers in research concerning the molecular mechanisms of human diseases. This training program for Ph.D. scientists reflects a global approach toward understanding the human body, organ function, and disease pathophysiology. This broad-based training provides students with a comprehensive view of human disease pathophysiology and molecular medicine, a solid foundation for careers in cutting-edge research concerning the molecular mechanisms underlying human diseases.Faculty in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology work at the forefront of research that falls into the three broad categories:
Admission to graduate training in laboratories in the Anatomy and Cell Biology Department occurs most commonly through the Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs (http://www.grad.uiowa.edu/programs/interdisciplinary-graduate-programs), or by direct admission into a specific laboratory, through an arrangement between an applicant and a Principal Investigator.
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