Learn the latest techniques and skills to begin your career in biomedical research.
Master of Science (M.S.), Basic Biomedical Sciences
Participate in laboratory investigation and original research or complete a non-thesis, non-research track.
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Basic Biomedical Sciences
Pursue an interdisciplinary graduate education to begin your career in biomedical research. We offer specializations in cancer biology, cardiovascular biology, infectious diseases, molecular biology and genetics, neuroscience, and physiology and pharmacology.
For more detailed admission requirements, refer to Basic Biomedical Sciences in the current graduate catalog. Additional requirements exist for international applicants. For more information, visit international admission requirements.
The Classroom & Beyond
Participate in a broad range of meaningful research. Discover our research areas.
The Graduate Research Training Initiative for Student Enhancement (USD G-RISE), funded by a grant by the National Institutes of Health, is a doctoral training program that produces a diverse pool of highly qualified, biomedical scientists prepared for a variety of career paths in the public and private sector.
Student Financial Support
Most of our students receive a fellowship stipend to aid in their education costs.