The Integrated Biomedical Sciences (IBMS) Graduate Program is a cutting-edge, dynamic, multidisciplinary Ph.D. program fueled by the energy and enthusiasm of several hundred scientists throughout the basic science and clinical departments on the UT Health campus, as well as from select off-campus institutions. Students admitted into the IBMS identify a “primary discipline of interest” during their first year. Each of the 7 disciplines (below) has a core curriculum that prepares students for successfully completing investigations in their area of research focus. Importantly, each discipline’s plan of study can be flexible to best serve the needs of each student and all IBMS students have access to all offerings of the program.
Graduation, student, faculty and institutional statistics for the Integrated Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program.
Dynamic, well-funded faculty from numerous basic science and clinical departments. Investigators use multi-disciplinary approaches to solve a wide variety of biomedical problems.
IBMS Program Director
Michael Berton, Ph.D
Assistant Director of Academic Programs
Donna Navarro, MS
"The IBMS graduate program provides a supportive environment, research training and career development opportunities that ensure success."Rebecca Bricker, 4th year student