The Ph.D. Program in Biomedical Sciences at the Florida State University College of Medicine trains students to answer important questions of medical relevance using cutting-edge approaches. A major strength of the Program is diversity of research questions and technical approaches — students have the opportunity to investigate a broad range of health and disease associated research topics from the perspective of individual molecules up to complex organismal functions. Every student accepted to the BMS Graduate program receives a dedicated laptop computer and is supported by a competitive stipend that covers living expenses, tuition, and matriculation costs.
Biomedical Science Research Areas
The Program is appropriate for students with majors in biology, chemistry, or other scientific and health-related fields. Explore the wide range of research opportunities available to you at Florida State University College of Medicine, including:
Marisa Tillery and Caitlyn Blake-Hedges, both from the Megraw lab, co-organized the successful event alongside John Calise and Kristen Skruber of University of Florida.
Dr. Michelle Arbeitman’s lab presented a research poster that earned first place at the 2019 Annual Drosophila Research Conference. This conference brings together researchers…