Ph.D. in Microbiology
The Ph.D. degree in Microbiology aims to impart advanced scientific knowledge in microbiology, to provide training opportunities in conducting state-of-the-art basic research in microbiology, and closely related disciplines.
Program Vision and Goals
The ultimate vision of the Ph.D. program in microbiology at Alabama State University is to make essential scientific and societal advancements for the benefit of the state of Alabama, region and nation through the operation of a unique new doctoral research and training program. The research, education and service outcomes of the proposed Ph.D. Program in Microbiology will benefit Alabama’s citizens in important ways, namely: 1) create new opportunities to study environmental and commercial food resource issues important to the state’s economy, and the health and safety of its citizens, (2) provide marketable, doctoral-level training opportunities in areas of emerging scientific importance, (3) foster the development and implementation of scientific strategies that maximize stewardship of the state’s environmental and commercial resources, and (4) produce a pool of scientists capable of employing contemporary tools to address emerging societal threats such as rising food and waterborne diseases, bioterrorism, environmental contaminants, and new-generation microbial pathogens.
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Dr. B.K. Robertson, Director Dr. Daniel Abugri Dr. Vida A. Dennis
Dr. Qiana Matthews Dr. Muhammad Saleem
Mrs. Shari J. McIver
Coordinator Microbiology Ph.D. Program
915 South Jackson Street
Montgomery, Al 36104
Life Science Building 326
1627 Harris Way