Welcome to
Graduate & Postdoctoral Affairs

Welcome to the College of Medicine's graduate community.

Our website is designed to provide accurate and accessible information regarding graduate education in the College's School of Biomedical Sciences. The School comprises a group of talented and energetic faculty and staff who are fully committed to our student's success in both education and research.

Prospective students will find information concerning our available graduate programs, including the broad range of featured subject concentrations and the various admissions requirements. The School's education "continuum" includes a diverse array of Certificate, Master's and Doctoral programs that span the alphabet from "A" for anatomy to "W" for our developing women's health initiative. The Integrated Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. program offers students an excellent training environment where they can develop their full potential and focus on solutions to some of today's major biomedical issues. In addition, current students will also find valuable information that they need concerning course availability, registration and graduation requirements.

The Faculty in the School of Biomedical Sciences contribute a variety of core courses in the major biomedical subject areas together with advanced courses that include such emerging topics as bioinformatics, biotechnology, genomics, neuroscience and proteomics.

As you explore this site, you will see that we are proud of our commitment to provide an outstanding graduate experience for all our students. We invite you to examine all that the College has to offer as a campus leader in graduate education and welcome you to our community of scholars.



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