Curriculum and Concentration Requirements
Information about the curriculum and concentration requirements can be found in the 2023-2024 Graduate Catalog.
Previous Graduate Catalogs
Students interested in teaching have the opportunity to participate in supervised teaching experiences.
Student Forms & Handbook
Student Travel and Research Grant Awards
Biomedical Science Graduate Program - A written request by the student or his/her major advisor should be made to Dr. Eric Beaumont (email@example.com), Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education. Priority will be given to students who have been admitted to candidacy in the Ph.D. program and who are presenting their research at a scientific meeting. The maximum amount is $500 per student, per year.
Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA) - A student must be participating to be eligible to receive funds.
There are also many opportunities to present your research at regional, national and international conferences. Please discuss this possibility with your advisor. These are invaluable ways to gain experience in presenting your work, networking with other researchers, and learn about new advancements in your field.
Predoctoral Funding Opportunities
Please visit the Graduate School Orientation page for important information and resources. You may also visit the University Health Center website for information regarding immunization requirements, documentation and health insurance resources. All full-time Graduate Research Assistants in the Biomedical Science Graduate Program are required to have adequate health and accident insurance. Program-specific information regarding registration, orientation and GA contracts will be emailed to students in the summer prior to the start of the fall semester.