Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

Master of Science in Personalized Molecular Medicine Research

The Master of Science in Personalized Molecular Medicine faculty conduct research in a number of different areas including transcriptional and epigenetic regulation in cancer and development, nuclear receptor regulation, proteolytic systems and protein quality control in cancer and aging, the genetics of chromosomal metabolism, computational epigenetics and bioinformatics, DNA repair mechanisms, oxidative stress and mTOR signaling, cancer chemoprevention and drug discovery, cell cycle regulation and metabolic disorders.

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Centers & Institutes

UT Health San Antonio operates centers and institutes within nine organized research units, as well as institutes and centers such as our Greehey Children's Cancer Institute and NCI-designated Mays Cancer Center.

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Core Facilities

The core facilities provide researchers with access to state-of-the-art instrumentation and consultation, including access to advanced research technologies.

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