Cell and Molecular Biology Graduate Program:
CMB is a graduate recruitment, admissions and degree conferring program. The Colorado State University Cell and Molecular Biology Graduate Program consists of faculty members from five colleges and 14 departments whose research programs focus on the molecular and cellular aspects of cancer biology, infectious disease, metabolism (includes biofuels), neuroscience, plant biology, molecular physiology, gene expression, genomics & computational biology, reproductive biology, developmental biology and structural biology. Due to the broad range of well-funded research laboratories to work in, CMB attracts a large number of highly qualified applications each year. The current CMB student body consists of 14 MS and 60 PhD students conducting their research in laboratories of the CMB Faculty Members.
CMB Program News
Dr. Rod Page honored at the National Veterinary Scholars Symposium
Dr. Rod Page was honored on July 27 in Worcester, Massachusetts for career achievement in canine research.
Kelly Wrighton PECASE Recipient
White House honors CSU professor with Presidential Early Career Award Microbiome scientist Kelly Wrighton, an assistant professor in the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, is a recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE).
CMB Newsletter SP19
Check out the latest edition of the CMB Newsletter! Kristen Brown provides valuable advice on advancing your career CMB student travel to San Diego, Dallas, Seattle, & Chicago Lots of awards and publications! Meet the five students joining CMB this Spring and a slew of new CMB Faculty Spring plans for Peer Mentor Club and […]