The faculty of the graduate program in Biomedical Sciences is composed by default of those members who are part of the eight basic sciences departments that support the program.
College of Medicine
- Anatomy & Cell Biology
- Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
- Molecular Genetics & Microbiology
- Pathology, Immunology & Laboratory Medicine
- Pharmacology & Therapeutics
- Physiology & Functional Genomics
College of Dentistry
Faculty status in the graduate program in Biomedical Science is defined by granted primary or joint appointment in one of the listed basic science departments. Once graduate faculty status has been obtained, the faculty member may choose up to two concentrations with which to affiliated. To serve on a student’s committee, either as chair (mentor) or member, a faculty member must have graduate faculty status in the program. An external committee member must have graduate faculty status at the University of Florida and not be in the same concentration as the student.
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