UW Graduate School

Pathobiology

The Pathobiology program promotes public health through biomedical research and training in infectious and non-infectious diseases of importance to human populations. Training in Pathobiology reflects the truly interdisciplinary nature of the faculty and its laboratory-based research as it interfaces with global health.

Program website

Degree(s)/Certificate(s) offered

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Pathobiology)
  • Master of Science (Pathobiology)*

*Students are admitted to the Ph.D. program only.

Program director/interdisciplinary group chair

  • Lee Ann Campbell, Professor, Department of Global Health

Primary Staff Contact

  • Ashley Zigler, Program Manager

Interdisciplinary Faculty Group Membership

The following are the core/voting Graduate Faculty members of the interdisciplinary group. For a complete list of faculty active in the program, see the program website.

  • Lee Ann Campbell, Professor, Department of Global Health
  • Jennifer Lund, Research Associate Professor, Department of Global Health
  • Marilyn Parsons, Affiliate Professor, Department of Global Health
  • David Sherman, Affiliate Professor, Department of Global Health