Students in the CBMP program are diverse and come to the University from schools across the nation and from other countries. They all share a common interest in understanding how cells function and how normal cellular processes are disrupted in response to disease. Our students are well published, and have received numerous honors including fellowships from the American Heart Association and the National Institutes of Health. Upon graduation our students take a variety of paths including furthering their research training through postdoctoral studies, exploring research opportunities in industry, and earning advanced degrees in business. Click on the tabs above to learn more about our current and previous students.