George Washington University Institute for Biomedical Sciences
Academic Core Facility
The Institute for Biomedical Sciences (IBS) is the administrative and academic home for interdisciplinary Ph.D. training in the Biomedical Sciences. Established in 1996 to integrate our partner institutions, including the GW School of Medicine & Health Sciences, the Columbian College of Arts & Sciences and the Children’s National Health System, we bring together a wealth of teaching and research opportunities for the outstanding matriculating graduate student.
The IBS has approximately 105 faculty members who participate in the three graduate programs in which the student may choose to earn a Ph.D. The IBS oversees a core curriculum and assists the student in navigating their first year of graduate training while he or she selects a Ph.D. Program and explores the research opportunities available for dissertation projects. After the student has chosen a Ph.D. Program, and has a program-specific academic advisor and research mentor, the role of the IBS becomes one of facilitation and integration. Our current student enrollment numbers approximately 60.
|George Washington University Institute for Biomedical Sciences Washington, DC, 20037 United States
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