By the time you graduate, you will have spent a vast number of hours in the classroom and laboratory, and will have brought to fruition a research project of considerable substance. Although you may or may not have taken specific stock in the skills you acquired or cultivated along the way, they are many – and they are highly advantageous in a variety of professional settings.
Our greatest hope in BGS is that you make the training count, really count – that you strive to have the greatest possible impact on society, cognizant of the skills, interests, and values that make this achievable.
We gratefully acknowledge the support of NIGMS 5-T32-GM-008076-33 in the development of this website and its contents.
The landscape can change quickly. We welcome any and all comments, concerns, and inquiries.
David R. Manning, Director of Training Support and Career Development in Biomedical Graduate Studies
Mercury Meulman, BGS Career Development Coordinator
Catherine May, Alumni Outreach