UF College of Medicine PhD program graduate gives lesson on intellectual property

March 12, 2018 — Brian Dorn, Ph.D. ‘03, J.D. ’03, spoke with students and faculty Monday afternoon about his career path, his current work with intellectual property and the true […]


GSAW 2018!

*The Office of Graduate Education will be hosting a kickoff station on 4/2 from 9-11. Stop by for some free swag and GSAW event information! ABOUT Graduate Student Appreciation Week […]


Latoya Allen wins award from Association of Academic Women

Latoya Allen, a PhD candidate in the lab of Dr. Gordon Mitchell and member of the Neuroscience Advanced Concentration won an Emerging Scholar Honorable Mention Award from the Association for Academic Women […]


Professional Development Resources

The UF Graduate School’s Office of Graduate Professional Development (OGPD) has set up a professional development webpage for you, our graduate student body. On it, you will find links to […]


A promising beginning

Feb. 6, 2018 — The McKnight Brain Institute DeWeese Auditorium bubbled with excited chatter Thursday afternoon as students and faculty filled the 162-capacity room to attend the first annual Distinguished […]

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The mission of the Biomedical Sciences program is to provide a predoctoral educational experience that will train experimentalists and scholars for a wide range of careers.

The educational goals are to promote biological literacy by providing core and advanced curricula covering key chemical, biological and genetic principles using molecular, cellular and physiological approaches, and to promote scholarship in biomedical science through mentored, original research.

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