MS or PhD students must access the Department
of Kinesiology and Community Health website to find out more about
graduate admission requirements. Please contact Julie Jenkins in the Department of
Kinesiology and Community Health if you have specific questions regarding
admission requirements. If you are interested in learning more about
graduate research opportunities in the MMP Laboratory, please contact Prof.
are welcome upon invitation to complete independent research projects in
the laboratory as KIN 385 or MCB 290 credit. Most students begin at the end
of their sophomore or beginning of their junior year and register for 3
credit hours (=9-12 hours/week). Requirements to begin independent research
include completion of KIN150 or MCB 250/251, high GPA, good work ethic,
enthusiasm, and/or permission from Prof. Marni Boppart.
students spend the first semester learning cellular and molecular biology
techniques in the laboratory. Once mastered, students are able to begin
their own research project. If you are interested in learning more about
undergraduate research opportunities in the MMP Laboratory, please contact
Prof. Marni Boppart.
are interested in learning more about our research or joining our
laboratory please contact Prof. Marni Boppart.
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The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Beckman Institute for Advanced Science
Department of Kinesiology and Community
College of Applied Health Sciences