The Cell Biology and Molecular Physiology (CBMP) graduate program is made up of a dynamic group of investigators and students who use the modern-day tools of biochemistry, genetics, imaging, and molecular biology to understand the integrated biology and physiology of cells, organs, and whole animals. The faculty is drawn from both basic science and clinical departments and their research is focused on normal cellular biology and function, as well as understanding renal and heart disease, cancer and diabetes, as well as inherited disorders of developmental and reproductive functions.

View or download the following CBMP documents (pdf - requires Acrobat Reader)
- CBMP Graduate Program Handbook
- CBMP Rotation Research Projects