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The Microbiology and Molecular Biology Department encourages all MMBio majors to participate in any of the department clubs. Clubs are a great opportunity to build professional connections, create lasting relationships, and make a difference by serving in the campus community.

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MMBio Academic Association

To build connections, create research opportunities, and prepare for postgraduate programs and careers.

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Life Sciences Graduate Club

Meeting Life Science graduate student needs for Social/Service, Career Networking, and Collaboration-Resource Sharing with monthly activities.

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BYU Pre-Genetic Counseling Club

To provide students with resources and exposure to the genetic counseling field in order to aid in the successful admittance into genetic counseling programs.

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Operation Outbreak

Operation Outbreak (OO) enhances experiential learning by teaching students the results from various decisions that are made during an outbreak. Through a Bluetooth-based platform and related methods, OO will enable BYU undergraduate students to facilitate outbreak simulations in K-12 schools, generate epidemiological models for scientists, and allow researchers to better understand outbreak culture.

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Medical Laboratory Science

To unite past, current, and future MLS students to foster a rich and informed learning environment to prepare students for their future MLS careers and further education. To promote BYU’s Medical Laboratory Science program as a major. To peer-mentor rising MLS classes in program/career issues. To network with other members/schools in the ASCLS-Utah chapter. To educate the BYU community in the field of Medical Laboratory Sciences by hosting guest lectures.