Program Mission: Scholarship & Research

The mission of the Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences 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.

UF is #1 in African American doctoral graduations among major research universities (Survey of Earned Doctorates 2017)

UF is #4 in Hispanic/Latinx American doctoral graduations among major research universities (Survey of Earned Doctorates 2017)

UF is #7 in overall doctoral graduations among major research universities (Survey of Earned Doctorates 2016)

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BMS STUDENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Congratulations to Our UF International Student Award Recipients!

 

UF College of Medicine Research News

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Meet Laurence Morel, Ph.D., and how her research in dietary changes give protective effect against lupus in mouse models

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Important covid-19 updates and information for graduate students

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