i-qw4XV7Q-XL Dr. Richard Condit delivering the Convocation address

Dr. Richard Condit delivering an inspirational and entertaining address at the spring 2014 Convocation

martuscello-3-minute-dissertation2 UF Three Minute Thesis Competition

Congratulations to IDP Ph.D. student, Regina Martuscello, the Runner-Up Winner in the UF Three Minute Thesis Competition on April 3, 2014.

From left to right- Thomas Biel (Phys/Pharm concentration), Amanda Sacino (Neuroscience), Tal Salz (Biochemistry), Mini Manchanda (Genetics), Harald Messer (Immunology & Microbiology), and Kamil Nowicki (Molecular Cell Biology) 2014 Medical Guild Research Competition Winners

The 39th annual Medical Guild-sponsored graduate student research competition took place April 3, 2014, from 9:30-11:30 in the Cancer & Genetics Research Complex (auditorium room 101) as part of the […]

From left to right Medical Guild Officers, Beth Anderson, Mary Benedict, and Lynda Bucciarelli with winners, Monica Santisteban, Colleen Cole-Jeffery, Douglas Bennion, and Kimberly Hawkins 2014 Medical Guild Advancement to Candidacy Winners

The Advancement to Candidacy Award is aimed at recognizing outstanding students in their mid-tenure after they have passed their qualifying examination in their third year of study.  A committee […]

2014 Graduates Spring Convocation 2014

On April 25th, the IDP in Biomedical Sciences celebrated the graduation of M.S. and Ph.D. students at the annual Convocation.  Congratulations graduates!

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Mission Statement

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.