Training Programs


Faculty in the Department of Cell Biology are actively engaged in the training of graduate pre-doctoral students, medical pre-doctoral students and post-doctoral fellows.

Graduate Training

The training program in Cell Biology is part of the Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences. To find out more about the graduate training program click here. To view a complete list of Training Programs offered as part of the Sackler Institute, click here.

Medical Training

The Department of Cell Biology is an integral component of the NYU School of Medicine's Curriculum for the 21st Century (C21), providing medical students with an integrated, disease-focused research experience during their training.  For more informaiton about the C21 curriculum in cell biology, click here.

Post-Doctoral Training

Post doctoral fellows looking for a position in the department of Cell Biology, should contact the faculty member of interest directly. Click here to find out more about postdoc training.

Summer Research Fellowships for First Year Medical Students

A limited number of summer research fellowships will be available for First Year medical students to work in Cell Biology/Skirball Institute laboratories. Students will choose from faculty who have openings for the summer. Click here for more information