Bruce Draper, Ph.D., Chairperson of the Group; 530-752-0833
Group Office. 227D Life Sciences; 530-752-9091; http://bmcdb.ucdavis.edu/
Graduate Study. The Graduate Group in Biochemistry, Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology offers programs of study and research leading to the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. While an M.S. may be obtained while pursuing a Ph.D., only Ph.D. applications will be accepted. Biochemistry, Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology is a broad, interdepartmental program.
Master's degree offered only en route to Ph.D.
Preparation. Appropriate preparation is an undergraduate degree in a biological or physical science. Preparation should include a year of calculus, physics, general chemistry and organic chemistry, and courses in statistics, biochemistry, genetics and cell biology.
Graduate Advisors. E. Diaz (Pharmacology), R. Tucker (Med: Cell Biology), J. Engebrecht (Molecular & Cellular Biology), C. Fraser (Molecular & Cellular Biology), E. Baldwin (Molecular & Cellular Biology), P. Knoepfler (Med: Cell Biology), K. Carraway (Med: Biochem & Molecular Medicine), K. Zito (Center for Neuroscience), D. Genetos (Vet. Anatomy & Cell Biology), M. Singer (Microbiology & Molecular Genetics), B. Draper (Molecular & Cellular Biology), Q. Gong (Med. Cell Biology), J. Sack (Med. Physiology & Membrane Biology), D. Starr (Molecular & Cellular Biology), M. Housing (Med. Physiology & Membrane Biology), P. Ghosh (Med. Urology)