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Pathobiology Graduate Program at the University of Washington
The Pathobiology Graduate Program at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA applies a multidisciplinary approach as well as the latest research technologies to the study of global health problems such as viral, bacterial, and parasitic diseases, as well as other conditions such as cancer. Coursework includes pathobiology, epidemiology,and molecular biology. Students work with a faculty member in a laboratory at a premier partner organization including Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center, Seattle Children’s Research Institute, Center for Infectious Disease Research, and Infectious Disease Research Institute. Graduates develop advanced research skills and expertise and go on to work in academic institutions, state and federal health departments, and private biomedical companies. At the University of Washington, we value and honor diverse experiences and perspectives, strive to create welcoming and respectful learning environments, and promote access, and opportunity for all.