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MMBio Graduate Programs

Graduate Studies

Rapid advances in molecular research techniques and new ways of thinking about biological networks and interactions have made this an exciting time to work in the biomedical science field.

The Department of Microbiology and Molecular Biology (MMBIO) represents the best BYU has to offer in the way of advanced classroom instruction and cutting-edge research. MMBIO graduate students have remarkable opportunities to learn current research methods and drive the discovery process.

MMBio Department Funding Policy

Masters students are not provided with any financial assistance upon admittance into the program.

PhD students are provided with complete tuition coverage and a living stipend upon admittance into the program.

Resources
Learn more about the program and admission requirements, program outcomes, and program stats.
Learn more about the program and admission requirements, program outcomes, and program stats.
Graduate programs in Microbiology and Molecular Biology (MMBIO) emphasize a combination of coursework and laboratory experience with an emphasis on the latter.
September 26, 2019 12:42 PM
Facilities available at the Life Sciences Building and the Eyring Science Center:
July 01, 2019 09:14 PM
Department of Microbiology & Molecular Biology Graduate Handbook 2021-2022
Contact Us
Johnson, Steven
Graduate Coordinator
Room: 3132 LSB
801-422-9170
stevenj@byu.edu
Johnson, Kevin
MMBio Academic Advisor Room: 4012 LSB
801-422-4293 kevin_johnson@byu.edu
Davis, Mary
Graduate Committee Member
Room: 3129 LSB
801-422-6207
mary_davis@byu.edu
Berges, Brad
Graduate Committee Member
Room: 3136 LSB
801-422-8112
bradford_berges@byu.edu
Erickson, Dave
Graduate Committee Member
Room: 3133 LSB
801-422-1981
david_erickson@byu.edu