Cellular & Molecular Pharmacology

Using the tools of modern molecular biology, this program trains students to discover how small molecules impact human health and disease.

Program Description

By conducting independent research under the mentorship of a faculty advisor, the Graduate Program in Cellular & Molecular Pharmacology prepares students for research-oriented careers in the biomedical sciences. Students who apply to this program are admitted via Molecular Biosciences, a first-year umbrella program that provides a core curriculum, as well as the opportunity to sample laboratories through rotations. Students tailor their training through selection of additional courses from a variety of disciplines.


Upon admission to the Ph.D. Program, students receive fellowship support for a full year, including tuition and health insurance coverage.  Funding is assured for the duration of Ph.D. training provided students are making progress and in good academic standing. 

Degree Types

  • Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy)

Campus Locations

Busch,College Ave,Cook/Douglass Campuses - New Brunswick

Admission Deadlines

For best consideration apply by these dates

Application Type US Applicants Non-US Applicants Merit-Based Aid
Ph.D. December, 1 December, 1 December, 1