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Department of Molecular Virology and Microbiology

Faculty

Master
People
First Name
Robert
Middle Name
Franklin
Last Name
Ramig
First Name
Janet
Middle Name
S.
Last Name
Butel
Honorific Title
Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus
First Name
Mary
Middle Name
K.
Last Name
Estes
Honorific Title
Ph.D.
Distinguished Service Professor
First Name
Ronald
Middle Name
T
Last Name
Javier
Honorific Title
Ph.D.
Associate Professor
First Name
Paul
Middle Name
Dalling
Last Name
Ling
Honorific Title
Ph.D.
Associate Professor
First Name
Richard
Middle Name
E.
Last Name
Lloyd
Honorific Title
Ph.D.
Professor
First Name
Susan
Middle Name
Jean
Last Name
Marriott
Honorific Title
Ph.D.
Professor
First Name
B
Middle Name
V Venkatar
Last Name
Prasad
Honorific Title
Ph.D.
Professor
First Name
Andrew
Middle Name
Patrick
Last Name
Rice
Honorific Title
Ph.D.
Professor
Content

The goal of the Molecular Virology Training Program is to produce highly qualified scientists committed to careers in biomedical research related to the molecular biology of human viral infections.

Our training program provides trainees with thorough foundations in fundamental virology and molecular biology concepts and techniques, primarily through laboratory research experience. Program enhancement is provided through trainee participation in the Molecular Virology and Microbiology Seminar Series, journal clubs, and attendance and presentation at national meetings, plus the wealth of seminars available throughout the Texas Medical Center.

The training program is based in the Department of Molecular Virology and Microbiology at Baylor College of Medicine. The department has newly renovated and equipped laboratory and support space, has recently expanded its faculty, and is currently recruiting additional faculty. The Texas Medical Center, the location of Baylor College of Medicine, contains 40 member institutions engaged in health-related activities. Research is facilitated by a general willingness for cooperation among faculty, within Baylor and throughout the Medical Center. This dynamic setting is ideal for state-of-the-art research training in molecular virology.

This program is supported by the “Molecular Virology Training Grant”
Program director: Robert F. Ramig, Ph.D.
Program support: NIH (T32 AI07471)