MEDICAL & MOLECULAR SCIENCES

Medical & Molecular Sciences is committed to providing skilled, critically-thinking practitioners equipped to be future leaders in health sciences. In this pursuit, the Department is committed to active engagement of undergraduate and graduate students in experiential learning, to forming collaborative partnerships with educational, clinical, industrial and research experts locally and globally, to discovering innovative breakthroughs in research that contribute to the health and basic sciences body of knowledge, and to functioning as an expert resource regarding all issues related to Medical & Molecular Sciences.

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Medical Laboratory Science

Medical Diagnostics

Medical Diagnostics (Pre-Physicians Assistant Concentration)

Applied Molecular Biology and Biotechnology

4+1 BS/MS programs 

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Medical Sciences PhD 

MS Applied Molecular Biology & Biotechnology 

MS Medical Laboratory Science

MS in Medical Sciences

4+1 BS/MS programs

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Minors:

Forensic Science

Genetic Counseling

Molecular Diagnostics

Certificates:

Molecular Diagnostics

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Med Lab Scientists: Unsung heroes in diagnosing COVID-19: youtube.com/watch?v=4mQkK2Dy2kI

MMS News

Latest News
  • Natalia Rivera-Torres sketching her next experiment

    CNN: Women are leading the way on biology's frontier

    April 02, 2021 | Opinion by Brett Marie Sansbury and Natalia Rivera-Torres
    Brett Marie Sansbury, PhD, is the Leader of Discovery Research and Natalia Rivera-Torres, PhD, is Laboratory Operations Coordinator and a research scientist in the Gene Editing Institute at ChristianaCare's Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute. The opinions expressed here are their own.
  • Understanding Virus Variants

    April 01, 2021 | Written by Kelly Bothum
    Doctoral student works with UD researcher to learn more about global variants of human papillomavirus
  • The Future of Healthcare

    March 11, 2021 | Written by Kelly Bothum
    UD College of Health Sciences experts discuss the long-term impact of the pandemic

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