Academics at UNH
The University of New Hampshire combines the living and learning environment of a New England liberal arts college with the commitment to graduate education and pursuit of scientific discovery of a major research university.
The Molecular, Cellular, and Biomedical Sciences Department at UNH provides undergraduate and graduate students with cutting-edge training in biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology, genetics, microbiology, nutrition, biomedical science, and molecular and evolutionary systems biology.
For more information about UNH and its academic and research programs, visit the following links:
Graduate and Postgraduate Research Training Opportunities
Prospective graduate students are encouraged to review the Research section of our web site, and to consider applying to one of our graduate programs.
We also welcome inquiries about postdoctoral training opportunities in our lab. Use the contact form to communicate your interest.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities
We typically have one or two undergraduate students working in our lab each year. If you are interested in conducting research in our lab, please contact us stating your goals and interests in the Cote Laboratory, your academic major, year, and current GPA.
Normally, undergraduate students begin conducting research in their sophomore or junior year and continue their project as their senior thesis. Students are strongly encouraged to carry out full-time research during the summer months; summer support is available on a competitive basis through the Hamel Center as a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF).