The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded grants to MIT’s Ariel Furst and Fan Wang, through its High-Risk, High-Reward Research program. The NIH High-Risk, High-Reward Research program awarded 85 new research grants to support exceptionally creative scientists pursuing highly innovative be
The MIT Microbiology Graduate PhD Program is an interdepartmental and interdisciplinary program representing all aspects of microbiological research. There are over 50 faculty from various MIT departments and divisions who study or use microbes in significant ways in their research.Learn More
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In this episode of Curiosity Unbounded, MIT President Sally Kornbluth and Fournier discuss fine-tuning our understanding of evolution; lab life and how research surprises often lead to new discoveries; and advice for those just beginning a career in science.
Microbiology Ph.D Thesis Defense- Mandy Levine ( Laub/Li Labs) Friday, November 17, 2023 10AM Room 1-190
PhD candidate: Mandy Levine Advisors: Prof. Michael Laub & Prof. Gene-Wei Li Date: Friday, November 17, 2023 Time: 10 AM-11 AM Room: 1-190 Title: Temporal gene expression and regulation in T4 phage
The MIT Microbiology PhD program will be live at the 2023 MIT Virtual Graduate Fair on Wednesday, November 15th, 12-2 PM EST. Register today and join us to receive answers to your application questions!
Microbiology at MIT Learn more about the microbiology program, research areas, and our impact on life sciences, energy, and more!
Graduate Program The Microbiology Graduate PhD Program is an MIT-wide program that is designed to provide students with broad exposure to modern areas of microbiology and depth in the chosen area of thesis work.
Faculty & Research There are more than 50 participating faculty in the MIT Microbiology graduate program, from several different science and engineering departments and divisions.