The MBI department has a dual role of teaching and research. Faculty members instruct medical students as well as students in other MSM graduate programs. Areas of ongoing research within MBI include infectious diseases, cancer biology, cardiovascular disease and nutritional biochemistry.
The research interests of MBI faculty members range from cancer to infectious disease. Follow the link to find a list of specific faculty members and specific fields of interest.
For a list of MBI faculty members with links to their research interests and contact information follow the link.
Postdoctoral Training in Genomics & Hemoglobinopathies is expected to expand the global perspective of trainees.
Find major projects in HIV & AIDS related research here.
Find a list of faculty members working on cancer related projects here.
Find contact information for the Department of Microbiology, Biochemistry, & Immunology here.