The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences was established in 1972 and currently offers PhD and Master's degrees in a wide range of academic programs in the biomedical sciences. A compelling aspect of graduate education in a health science center environment is the opportunity for graduate students to interact with health professionals with diverse technological and conceptual capabilities and perspectives in the biomedical sciences. This environment is an asset in accomplishment of the GSBS' educational objectivity of training students committed to the advancement of knowledge in contemporary areas of the biomedical sciences.
About 230 full-time faculty members are currently training about 400 graduate students in our academic programs. There is a diversity of talent, but a unity of purpose in teaching and mentoring students in an exciting array of interdisciplinary and discipline-based fields of study and research.