“Your gift is among the most valuable to the school because it is designated to fund areas that have the greatest need, our students.”

David Weiss, Ph.D., Dean, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

David Weiss, Ph.D., Dean, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

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Building a LEGACY for the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

Within the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, our nationally recognized  researchers are devoted to finding cures to some of the most vexing problems facing our society. As they conduct their research every day, many of them are also mentoring a next generation of scientists – our students. It is through this educational process that we ensure a continuation of expertise in research, ensuring that our students have the most skilled and respected scientists as their teachers.

We know that it is only through continued support from individuals, foundations, and corporations, will we be able to continue to offer hope, to all who truly believe in the wonders and value of science.

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Radiological Sciences Program Celebrates 30th Year Anniversary


Radiological Sciences Program Celebrates 30th Year Anniversary

The Radiological Sciences program at the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences is proudly looking back at its 30-year history while confidently moving forward with new leadership, a gathering of alumni and honoring a late professor.

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Fourth year graduate student Sergio Cepeda and his mentor Dr. Ann Griffith


Sergio Cepeda and Dr. Ann Griffith Awarded Howard Hughes Medical Institute Gilliam Fellowship

Fourth year graduate student Sergio Cepeda and his mentor Dr. Ann Griffith, assistant professor in the Department of Microbiology, Immunology, & Molecular Geneticsare the 2018 recipients of the prestigious Gilliam Fellowships for Advanced Study from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI).

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The youth were here as part of a visit through the Students in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Summer Experience program.


Doing Science Outreach with Palo Alto College STEM summer experience participants!

The Initiative for Maximizing Student Development (IMSD) program from UT Health San Antonio had such a good time today doing science experiments with Palo Alto College STEM summer experience participants!

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“Good and groundbreaking science is the ability to see what others, even those standing beside you, do not see.”

One Gift, Every Year, Saves Lives


As an alumnus of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, you are a major part of why our world is a better place; why our community is a healthier place to live. The next generation of scientists, our graduate students, are following in YOUR foorsteps.

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Meet the Researcher: Manpreet Semwal

Manpreet Semwal

Manpreet Semwal has always been fascinated with Microbiology. “These tiny little microbes invisible to naked eyes are present everywhere and play important roles around us. These unicellular organisms have remarkable ability to constantly mutate, challenging us to come up with new antibiotics and vaccines.”

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Never Give Up on Your Dream

Jason Chandrapal

Jason Chandrapal always knew that a career in medicine was for him. “I was that kid who would dress up as in scrubs on Halloween and when people would jokingly ask me what I was and I would say that I wasn’t just a doctor but a surgeon.” He is currently in Salt Lake City for a research fellowship but will soon be starting a residency position in Urology at Duke University Medical Center this summer.

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