Today is Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018

Department of

Cancer Biology

Graduate Program in Cancer and Cell Biology

 The 2019-2020 Academic Year application window will be open 

 

September 1, 2018 through January 10, 2019.

Apply by October 15, 2018 for Early Review!

Apply by December 10, 2018 for Priority Review!

The Graduate Program in Cancer and Cell Biology is an interdepartmental graduate program with expertise in many critical areas of modern Cancer and Cell Biology research. The mission of the CCB Graduate Program is to train the next generation of scientists and educators in basic mechanisms of molecular and cellular function with an emphasis on understanding mechanisms of cancers. It is our philosophy that PhD training must be intellectually stimulating, scientifically rigorous, and geared toward developing the lifelong learning and critical thinking skills that will prepare our graduates to be successful as research scientists, educators, and/or professionals in a variety of other fields.

All PhD students accepted to the program receive full tuition remission, a nationally competitive stipend and a health insurance plan.

Program faculty are concentrated in the UC Department of Cancer Biology, which administers the Program, and in the Division of Experimental Hematology and Cancer Biology at Children’s Hospital, with additional faculty drawn from more than 10 other departments/divisions at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

Faculty selected to join the program are recognized leaders in their fields, and provide excellence, dedication, and personal involvement in graduate training. As a consequence, our graduate students excel in research and are highly successful in their scientific careers.

Successful completion of the program typically involves four to six years beyond the bachelor's degree. Over 90 percent of our graduates typically go on to postdoctoral training either in academic or industrial settings. Most of our graduates eventually assume research or teaching careers in academia, but many take research positions in biotech, government or pharmaceutical companies, with scientific and technical writing firms, or in the healthcare or medical professions.

 Please contact us for more information. We look forward to hearing from you.

A video from College of Medicine faculty and graduate students discussing all that UC and Cincinnati have to offer.

 


 

Two University of Cincinnati graduate students in Cancer and Cell Biology, Marissa Leonard and Sasha Ruiz-Torres, Discuss Their Groundbreaking Breast Cancer Research

UC grad students: breast cancer research

 

 
  

 


 

APPLY TODAY to the 2018 Graduate Program in Cancer & Cell Biology

Cancer&Cell_Biology_Grad_Program_2018_pdf

 

 


0087WaltzSusan3995

A message from our Program Director,
Susan Waltz, PhD

Greetings! As the newly appointed Program Director, I am excited to work with our current students and welcome-in future students. The Cancer & Cell Biology Graduate Program provides students with the opportunity to perform mentored research under the direction of world-class faculty in topics of cancer and cell biology, which span the spectrum from bench to bedside studies.

Tom Cunningham, PhD

Tom Cunningham, PhD
Admissions and Recruitment Director

Emily Spinks

Emily Spinks 
Program Manager

More Information

If you have questions or comments regarding our graduate program, please contact us.

Emily Spinks

Program Manager
Vontz Center for Molecular Studies
Room 2104
3125 Eden Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0521

Mail Location: 0521
Phone: 513-558-7379
Email: emily.spinks@uc.edu 

Request Information

FaceBook-Logo  13453621824_00d4273a00_b

Student Resources