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Inner discovery: Graduate studies in molecular, cellular and integrative physiology

Graduate students in UC Davis’ highly regarded molecular, cellular and integrative physiology program learn how living organisms function at the most fundamental levels.

Guided by an interdisciplinary approach and strong faculty mentoring, the Graduate Group in Molecular, Cellular and Integrative Physiology offers grounding in the key principles and dynamics of molecular, cellular and integrative physiology.  Students can specialize in a wide range of areas, including cardiorespiratory, cellular, comparative, endocrine, reproductive, exercise, metabolic and neurophysiology.

Students interested in graduate studies in molecular, cellular and integrative physiology should apply now. The deadline is Jan. 15 for final consideration.

(Courtesy photo of alumnus Greg Cunningham on the island of Kerguelen in the sub-Antarctic waters of the Indian Ocean, where he conducted research in collaboration with French scientists while he studied in the UC Davis molecular, cellular and integrative physiology program.)

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