Graduate Programs, Students and Faculty Mentors
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Research Areas in the Biomedical Sciences
The strength of the Medical School graduate programs are rooted in the breadth and diversity of our inter- and multidisciplinary sciences. To tackle these diverse disciplines, a cadre of exceptional graduate faculty mentors, highly motivated and talented graduate students and committed staff members work in concert to tackle the most challenging questions in biomedical research enterprise. The work results in ground breaking findings, pioneering new avenues and development of novel therapeutics.
Graduate Program Student Handbooks
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A Message from the Executive Vice Dean
Our graduate students continue to be an invaluable asset in both contribution to new knowledge in the biomedical sciences and in our strive to train and mentor the brightest of learners. Together, our faculty, staff and graduate student trainees work to discover new mechanistic underpinnings of biology and health. From cracking the code at the genomic level to evaluating the phenotypic changes at the molecular and cellular levels, our trainees' continual investigations serve to help alleviate health disparities, provide insight into engineering novel therapeutics and curb diseases that no know borders.
As such, we are grateful for our current graduate students and excited to continue to recruit and welcome incoming students to continue the cycle of new and impactful knowledge exchange.
Timothy Schacker , MD
Executive Vice Dean (EVD), Medical School
Recent Student Highlights in Research and Education
Below are recent accomplishments of our Medical School graduate students that we would like to highlight. Hard work both in-and-out of the laboratory has yielded great success in recent publications, fellowship awards, and invited presentations at national scientific conferences, among other commendable activities. Please scroll below to view some of the wonderful accolades of predoctoral and Master's-level graduate students training at both the Twin Cities and Duluth Medical School campuses.
Recent Faculty Mentor Highlights in Research Training
Below are recent accomplishments of our Medical School faculty mentors that we would like to highlight. These individuals have a demonstrable track record in training graduate students for successful leadership careers in biomedical research enterprise. Please scroll below to view some of the wonderful accolades of our faculty research mentors who have demonstrated success in supporting graduate students training at both the Twin Cities and Duluth Medical School campuses.