Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences may refer to:

  • Texas A&M University Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences in College Station, Texas
  • Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (UMDNJ) in Newark, New Jersey
  • Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences in Galveston, Texas
  • UNT Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences in Fort Worth, Texas

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Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center - Schools - Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
... The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences is located in Lubbock and was part of the School of Medicine until 1994 ... The school is dedicated to training biomedical scientists ... The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences offers master’s and doctoral degrees in five areas of study – cell and molecular biology biochemistry and ...

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