Center for Gene Regulation in Health and Disease (GRHD)

CSU - Cleveland Clinic joint Ph.D. programs

CMMS logo7

GRHD members offer many excellent engaged research opportunities for graduate students within CSU - Cleveland Clinic joint Ph.D. programs in Regulatory Biology and Clinical-Bioanalytical ChemistryGRHD faculty are currently training more than 50 graduate students pursuing their doctoral degrees. 

Many students are pursuing their PhD degrees within the Cellular and Molecular Medicine Specialization (CMMS). The CMMS offers unique opportunities for doctoral students who wish to pursue a specialization in the application of modern cellular and molecular approaches to understanding disease causes and disease mechanisms. The CMMS is also offered jointly with the Lerner Research Institute of the Cleveland Clinic. 

Prestigious ($21,000/year) scholarships are available to underrepresented minority (URM) students (within Northern Ohio Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (NOA-AGEP) initiative), who wish to join CMMS collaborative doctoral programs in Regulatory Biology, Clinical - Bioanalytical Chemistry and Applied Biomedical Engineering in Fall 2016.