Welcome to the UTMB Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS) in Galveston, TX! We are thrilled to offer you a distinguished graduate level education in 8 PhD and 3 MS degree programs plus a dual MD/PhD degree program. The GSBS’ mission is to
train the next generation of diverse and outstanding biomedical scientists to identify and solve the world’s most pressing health issues.
Our curriculums are carefully designed to offer you didactic learning of advanced biomedical science topics along with research opportunities spanning basic, translational, computational, and clinical research spectrums. Our graduates leave with strong
foundational scientific knowledge as well as advanced communication and technical skill sets allowing them to become leaders in academia, industry, and government after graduation. Our faculty are dedicated to teaching and mentoring, and our campus
is full of cutting-edge research facilities. We offer several unique resources for our trainees including the GSBS Writing Studio, various prestigious training grants (T32s), multiple partnerships with Texas Medical Center (TMC) institutions and the
Gulf Coast Consortia (GCC), internal fellowship funding opportunities, annual National Student Research Forum, and more. Our goal is to provide a stellar learning environment that is innovative, safe, inclusive, and collaborative to give you the best
possible future in whatever direction your interests and passions take you. The GSBS faculty and staff are here to support you every step of the way through your degree program. Your success is our success!
I encourage you to take advantage of all our school has to offer. Please take a moment to look through our website and learn more about the thrilling opportunities that await you at UTMB. Do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have and/or
let us know what other information you may need.
We hope your path brings you here to the UTMB GSBS!
Melinda Sheffield-Moore, PhD
Senior Vice President and Dean
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
Lawrence E. Ethridge, Jr. Distinguished Professor
Department of Internal Medicine