Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
  • IBMS
    The Integrated Biomedical Sciences (IBMS) Graduate Program is composed of seven disciplines that reflect contemporary research.
  • Biomedical Engineering
    Students are trained in the principles of biomedical engineering to develop new approaches for the treatment of human diseases.
  • Nursing Sciences
    Clinical nurse scientists undertake a curriculum that includes philosophy of science, research methods and techniques, nursing theories and statistical methods.
  • Radiological Sciences
    Students are trained in the use of radiant energy to understand and modify biological processes.
  • Translational Science
    Students are trained to lead multi-disciplinary biomedical research teams in bench-to-bedside or bedside-to-community translational research. The TS PhD is a new, joint degree program among four UT institutions.

Prospective Student Resources

Phone Number: 210-567-2841
Phone Number: 210-567-2841
7703 Floyd Curl Drive
San Antonio, TX  78229
Phone Number: 210-567-2635
Graduate Student Association
President:  Jennalynn Styskal
Vice President:  Rachel Hartley
Secretary:  Bridget Fagg
Treasurer:  Dan Pullium
Faculty Advisor:  Dr. Larry Barnes, Associate Dean
Phone Number: 210-567-2654
Phone Number: 210-567-6241
Phone Number: 210-567-2800
Phone Number: 210-567-2648
Phone Number: 210-567-9355
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board [THECB]
The above file describes the 18 characteristics for our doctoral graduate programs as mandated by the THECB (effective December 15, 2009/updated June 2011).

Phone Number: 210-567-2800


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Campus Safety and Security Policies

The Jeanne Clery Act is the landmark federal law that requires colleges and universities to disclose information about crime on and around their campus.


The UT Health Science Center is committed to assisting the HSC community in providing for its own safety and security. Information regarding campus security, personal safety, crime prevention, university police law enforcement authority, crime reporting policies, crime statistics for the most recent three-year period, and disciplinary procedures is available on the HSC's police department Web site at


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The “Clery Act” is named in memory of a 19-year-old Lehigh University freshman named Jeanne Ann Clery who was sexually assaulted and murdered in her residence hall room on April 5, 1986.


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