The Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedical Sciences provides a common admissions process for 7 unique and interdepartmental Ph.D. programs allowing students maximum flexibility to explore different research paths in biomedical science.
The MD-PhD program trains clinician-scientists for a career in academic medicine with the full expectation that graduates will become future leaders at academic medical centers worldwide.
Ph.D. in Medical Sciences, Health Outcomes and Policy
The Health Outcomes and Policy PhD program offers advanced training in health services research and implementation and prevention science. Graduates are equipped to conduct health outcomes assessments and clinical effectiveness research in a range of biomedical, clinical and community settings.
This masters program provides basic research training and knowledge in a number of specialty areas in biomedical science.
This is a specialized masters degree focused on applied and translational research training in the biotechnology field.
This is a specialized master degree designed to provide a comprehensive didactic curriculum and training program in clinical and translational science.
This is a specialized masters degree designed to equip graduates with skills and background knowledge necessary to be at the forefront of innovative health care research and provides a comprehensive background in the growing fields of health outcomes and policy research, translational science and prevention science.
Masters in Aging and Geriatric Practice
This is an online specialized masters degree providing a comprehensive didactic curriculum on the application of clinical, physiological, epidemiological, sociological, and psychological healthcare approaches in geriatric populations.
The University of Florida College of Medicine’s one-year, online Graduate Certificate in Addiction and Recovery provides current and aspiring addiction professionals and substance use (previously referred to as dependence or substance abuse) counselors the opportunity to train with UF addiction experts in a flexible and engaging distance learning environment.
The graduate certificate in Biomedical Neuroscience is offered by the College of Medicine at the University of Florida. This program is designed for working professionals as well as post-baccalaureate students who would like to improve their applications to either graduate or medical school. This program is offered fully-online so students will not have to relocate or sacrifice commitments to their family or career in order to further their education and enhance their career.
The Clinical/ Translational Science (CTS) Certificate is designed to develop the skills necessary to participate in team-oriented CTS in a variety of settings, including academia, industry, biotech and government. It is open to Ph.D. students in more than 20 partnering Ph.D. programs.
The Health Outcomes & Policy Certificate equips professionals in a variety of fields, including clinicians, psychologists, statisticians and more, to pursue their goals with strong backgrounds in how to conduct research and improve health.
Our Certificate in Translational Health Science (CTHS) program is designed for individuals who wish to learn more about the key areas of clinical/ translational science, including grant and manuscript writing, biostatistics, ethics, and study design.
The University of Florida’s Graduate Certificate in Biomedical Informatics is a 15-credit program that gives students the knowledge and skills necessary to be an effective participant in setting and executing organizational strategies for health care and biomedical information and information systems.
The graduate certificate in Medical Physiology with a specialization in Cardiovascular/ Renal Physiology and Pathophysiology is designed for working professionals as well as students that would like to improve their application to medical school.
Medical Anatomy & Physiology
The online Medical Anatomy and Physiology graduate certificate will provide an understanding of human anatomy and physiology at a level required for clinical medicine.
Want to learn human medical anatomy in a modern way? Learn the anatomy through practical, clinically-relevant exercises instead of through rote memorization of tables of muscles and cells. Encompassing the anatomy of embryos and adults as well as microanatomy at the cellular level, the Medical Human Anatomy certificate program offers a complete study of the anatomy of the human body.
Our SURF Program is designed to give students a research experience that focuses on Pharmacology & Therapeutics and includes both drug discovery and biological therapies. It is an immersive, 10-week program with mentored independent research, course work, and enrichment activities. It is designed to attract students from the state of Florida as well as from across the country.
UF Department of Neuroscience is hosting a 10 week paid research internship. All students interested in a research career that have not been accepted for post-graduate training are encouraged to apply. We provide students with housing and a $400 per week stipend. Preference will be given to students majoring in a biomedical-related discipline (for example: psychology, biology, engineering, chemistry, pharmacology, genetics). No previous research training is required.
The Whitney Laboratory Research Experience for Undergraduate program (REU), funded by the National Science Foundation (Site Award 0648969), offers an exceptional opportunity for the motivated undergraduate to participate in scientific research.
Undergraduate students who want to perform research for credit in the laboratory of a faculty member of the College of Medicine should enroll in BMS 4905, not the 4905 course of their respective home college, unless there is an overriding reason for not enrolling in BMS 4905.