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The Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics consists of nearly 200 people involved in cutting edge research on the function of biological molecules. The laboratories of the fifteen primary faculty occupy contiguous space in the Preclinical and Hunterian buildings. Nine secondary faculty with joint appointments in Molecular Biology and Genetics are located in other departments of the Medical School.

The laboratories of the Molecular Biology and Genetics Department provide a wide range of opportunities in graduate and postdoctoral training. Over 50 graduate students from six different graduate programs are pursuing their doctorate in the laboratories of the Department's faculty. Additionally, more than 40 Postdoctoral Fellows from all over the world are pursuing advanced training in preparation for independent positions in academic or industrial research.

A highly talented research and administrative staff contribute significantly to scientific progress and provide invaluable support for the research and teaching activities of the Department.

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