Biomedical research and training at Jefferson is anchored by a large and diverse portfolio of active research programs with extensive outside grant support. That foundation, combined with Jefferson’s clinical research and patient-care programs, provides opportunities for basic and translational research in a challenging, exciting, and satisfying graduate training environment.
Jefferson Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
Training Tomorrow's Scientific Leaders Today
The mission of the Jefferson Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (JGSBS) is to provide the highest quality graduate and postdoctoral education and research training in the basic biomedical sciences, in order to prepare our students and fellows to make significant contributions to the progress of biomedical science through careers including academia, industry, and government. To achieve this goal, JGSBS and its faculty offer courses and programs across a wide field of basic and translational biomedical sciences leading to the PhD degree, the MS degree, and to graduate certificate programs. In addition, JGSBS offers a Postbaccalaureate Pre-Professional Program for candidates interested in completing their prerequisite course work for Medical and professional schools. The College also coordinates postdoctoral training programs across the campus. Additionally, JGSBS, in conjunction with the Sidney Kimmel Medical College, offers a combined MD/PhD program.
Our education and training programs provide a solid foundation for our graduates, who have gone forward to successful careers including positions at colleges and universities, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, health care settings, and government agencies.
- 2015 Summer Undergraduate Research Program Application Now Available
- MS Thesis Presentations: November 17th - 21st
- New!! Jefferson Business and Biotech Group (BizBio)
- JGSBS Alumni/
Student Referral Program
- The 2015 Application is now available
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In the News
Ninth Annual Postdoc Research Symposium
Tuesday, May 20, 2014