The University of Maryland at College Park has recently launched the Maryland Pathogen Research Institute (MPRI). On campus, MPRI brings a broad-based, multi-disciplinary approach to the research of pathogenic microorganisms. Consider the advantages of a graduate education at UMD:

 

  1. Internationally renowned faculty, including leaders in Bioinformatics/Genomics, Bioengineering, Host-Pathogen Interactions research
  2. State-of-the-art research facilities and equipment
  3. Comprehensive training program, with numerous course options, Ph.D. and M.S. tracks, weekly seminars and journal clubs, monthly group meetings, annual retreat
  4. Highly qualified, diverse student population
  5. Geographically desirable area — near Washington, DC and the National Institutes of Health Teaching assistantships
  6. Great campus, including the TERPS! and more...

 

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