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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MMS News

Latest News
  • Kathleen Matt announces retirement plans

    Kathleen Matt announces retirement plans

    September 09, 2021 | Written by UDaily Staff
    Kathleen S. Matt, dean of the University of Delaware College of Health Sciences (CHS) since 2009, has announced her plans to retire after the 2021-22 academic year. An alumna of UD, Matt also serves as professor of psychological and brain sciences and professor of kinesiology and applied physiology.
  • UNDERSTANDING MOTOR PROBLEMS IN CHILDREN WITH ASD

    August 18, 2021 | Written by Ashley Barnas
    Bhat awarded NIH grant for research on children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Arhos awarded NIH grant for ACL research

    June 29, 2021 | Written by Ashley Barnas
    Elanna Arhos, Ph.D. candidate in Biomechanics and Movement Sciences, has been awarded the National Institutes of Health (NIH) F31 Ruth L. Kirschstein Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Award.

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