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The Program in Virology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is an interdepartmental program composed of faculty from 15 different departments. Areas of research include the molecular biology and genetics of viral transcription and replication, virus structure and function, viral pathogenesis and oncogenesis, host response to virus infections, and antiviral therapy. Graduate training in Virology is designed to provide broad training in procaryotic and eukaryotic molecular biology with an emphasis on the use of viruses in defining basic concepts in biology and the understanding of their role in disease. Ph.D. candidates interested in being trained in Virology should apply to the Program in Cellular and Molecular Biology. All applicants accepted into the Program receive competitive financial support.

Friday, October 25, 1996
Elyse Meuer (molbio@macc.wisc.edu)
Last Modified June 11, 1997