Graduate and Post-Graduate Study in the Center for Organogenesis University of Michigan

Fellowships are available through an NIH sponsored training program that focuses on the molecular and genetic basis of development and the translation of developmental principles to potential clinical applications. The Center for Organogenesis is an inter-disciplinary, university-wide program that offers students and research fellows a broad selection of mentors whose research areas encompass: model organism genetics, cellular differentiation, transcription regulation, human genetics, gene therapy, tissue remodeling, stem cell biology, neuroscience and more.

Interested persons should contact Rebecca Pintar, Organogenesis Administrative Specialist, at 936-2499 or The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.