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Fall Conference Participation

The Biomedical Sciences Program is proud to represent UF and share information regarding summer research and graduate education at the following conferences: Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans […]


Progress through improved models

Learn how 3-D modeling at UF is advancing research realities in the September edition of “The Post.”


Panel discusses future of education and research

UF’s College of Medicine hosted a National Deans’ Panel on Thursday, Sept. 8 as part of its 60th anniversary celebration. The panel addressed the future of medical education, biomedical science […]


Celebrating Our Graduates

Celebrating achievements           By Styliana Resvanis Published: May 17th, 2016 • Category: Students The UF College of Medicine held its annual Graduate Convocation April 28. The […]

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Meet Dr. Karyn Esser, IDP-BMS Researcher

Program Mission: Scholarship & Research

The mission of the Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedical Sciences is to provide a predoctoral educational experience that will train experimentalists and scholars prepared for a wide range of careers in biomedical science. The curriculum is designed to provide maximum flexibility for the training of biomedical research scientists. 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’s Health Science Center

The Health Science Center (HSC) is a world leader in interdisciplinary research, generating 52 percent of UF’s total research awards. In addition to the six health science colleges, there are seven major health-related research centers and institutes are designed to create synergies and collaborative research opportunities. Research activities at the HSC reflect a depth of purpose by focusing on the translational nature of biomedical research, following the continuum from fundamental research to clinical research to patient care.

Meet Dr. Ashley Brown, IDP-BMS Researcher

College of Medicine Highlights

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