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Skip to content Skip to search Skip to footer Division of Biology & Biomedical Sciences Open Menu Back Close Menu Search for: Search Close Search About DBBSAbout DBBS Letter from the Dean Graduate Course of Study Immersion Program Stipends, Benefits & GrantsStipends, Benefits & Grants Grants Management Services National Competitive Fellowships DBBS 50th Anniversary Celebration April 28-29, 2023 Video Gallery Living in St. Louis Faculty WUSTL Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) – Dual MD/PhD ProgramsPrograms Biochemistry, Biophysics, & Structural Biology Biomedical Informatics & Data Science Cancer Biology Computational & Systems Biology Developmental, Regenerative, & Stem Cell Biology Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Immunology Molecular Cell Biology Molecular Genetics & Genomics Molecular Microbiology & Microbial Pathogenesis Neurosciences Plant & Microbial Biosciences AdmissionsAdmissions The Application Undocumented & DACAmented Applicants Interviews What Makes an Application Strong? Recruitment Summer Undergraduate Research Programs Request Information Co-CurricularCo-Curricular Initiative for Maximizing Student Development Interdisciplinary Research Pathways Organizations & Campus Groups Career Development Calendar Related Calendars PeoplePeople Leadership Faculty Students Contact Us Open Search Molecular Cell Biology Students and faculty in the Molecular Cell Biology program are involved in a wide array of investigations into many fundamental cell processes and the mechanisms that control them. Among the subjects currently under investigation are: gene expression mechanisms of transcription and tissue-specific transcription regulation molecular mechanisms involved in cell proliferation; cell cytoskeleton, motility and chemotaxis pathways for the trafficking of molecules into and out of cells receptor-ligand interactions involved in regulation of cell growth and cell phenotype signal transduction molecules and pathways lipid metabolism assembly of supramolecular structures including extracellular matrix mechanisms of enzyme catalysis and inhibition mechanisms of pathogenesis A common theme uniting these research programs is the desire to understand essential cellular functions at the highest possible level of molecular resolution. Program of study Students in the Molecular Cell Biology (MCB) program will typically take four (4) to five (5) courses during their first year. Students will also participate in three laboratory rotations over the fall and spring semesters of Year 1 prior to selecting a thesis lab.  Students are expected to complete the following coursework during their entire graduate education: DBBS required courses Graduate Research FundamentalsEthics and Research Science – typically taken in Year 2 Program required courses Fundamentals in Molecular Cell BiologyNucleic Acids and Protein Biosynthesis One (1) advanced elective Advanced GeneticsBiology and Pathology of the Visual SystemBiotech Industry InnovatorsComputational Molecular BiologyDevelopmental BiologyImmunobiology IImmunobiology IIMacromolecular InteractionsMolecular, Cell and Organ SystemsMolecular Microbiology and Pathogenesis Two (2) semesters of journal clubs Advanced MRI TechniquesCancer BiologyCardiovascular BiophysicsClocksclub Computational Molecular BiologyCurrent Research in Chromatin, Epigenetics and Nuclear OrganizationCurrent Topics in BiochemistryRAD (Regeneration, Aging and Development) Journal Club DNA MetabolismExperimental HematopoiesisExperimental Skeletal BiologyExtracellular Matrix and Cell Matrix InteractionsGeneticsGenetics and Development of C. ElegansHematology/OncologyIon ChannelsImaging Science & EngineeringMetabolismMisfolding & AggregationMolecular Mechanism of AgingMolecular Microbiology and PathogenesisMolecular VirologyNanomedicine ApplicationsOral Presentation of Scientific DataPlant and Microbial BiologyProtein NMRRNA BiologySynapsesStructural BiologyTropical and Molecular Parasitology Qualifying exam In the spring/summer semesters of Year 2, students must pass a Qualifying Exam (QE). Following a successful QE defense, students will identify and finalize their committee and complete their thesis proposal by December 31 of Year 3. Thesis committee, proposal, and defense In the summer and/or fall semesters of Year 2 after rotations are completed, students will select a thesis advisor and begin working in their thesis labs. Students will then select a thesis committee and complete their thesis proposal. Students will complete their thesis research, defense, and graduation over the rest of their graduate career. Most students graduate within five (5) to six (6) years of beginning their program. Alumni outcomes MCB graduates pursue a variety of careers. Most program graduates go into academia, but many find paths in industry, government, and other fields, like science communication, law, and business and entrepreneurship. Graduate Program Administrator: Stacy Kiel Faculty Co-Directors: Roberta Faccio, PhDZhongsheng You, PhD Molecular Cell Biology Program Flyer (PDF) Request information Apply beginning Sept. 1 Programs Biochemistry, Biophysics, & Structural Biology Biomedical Informatics & Data Science Cancer Biology Computational & Systems Biology Developmental, Regenerative, & Stem Cell Biology Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Immunology Molecular Cell Biology Molecular Genetics & Genomics Molecular Microbiology & Microbial Pathogenesis Neurosciences Plant & Microbial Biosciences Roy and Diana Vagelos Division of Biology & Biomedical SciencesWashington University in St. Louis660 S. 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