BECAS Y PRGRAMAS Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

Greetings from the BCM Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences!
I wanted to thank you for submitting a recommendation letter last year for an applicant to Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. I hope you will encourage other students of the caliber you have previously recommended to consider BCM for the 2021 application cycle. Our free, online, application opens September 1! 
Perhaps more than any other event in recent memory, the Coronavirus pandemic has spotlighted the critical importance of biomedical research. As they have been for over 100 years, BCM researchers are on the frontlines of this battle while continuing to be leaders in basic, translational and clinical across diverse disciplines. We have applied the same creativity and drive our researchers use in the lab to advance science to ensure that we continue to provide every student the resources, support, mentorship and education needed to reach their full potential as scientists, professionals, and individuals. Our success in adapting to current challenges is evident in the fact that this year BCM will confer more Ph.D. degrees than we have in any previous year!  Learn more about how BCM is responding to COVID here!
We recognize the challenges students will be facing this year in making a decision about graduate school with limited or no opportunities for travel. We are committed to helping students gather the information they need to determine if BCM is right for them.  Please encourage your students to join us for virtual recruiting events and to contact me if they would like to set up a time to discuss their interests one-to-one.
We would also be happy to do an exclusive virtual event for students at your institution. Please email to discuss developing a program tailored to the needs and interests of your students.
BCM’s interdisciplinary graduate programs provide:
·         Customized training aligned to student’s career goals
·         Collaborative basic, clinical and translational research
·         Access to state-of-the-art resources throughout the Texas Medical Center, the world’s largest medical complex
·         Extensive career development services
·         Dedicated student success services
·         Teaching as an option, not an obligation
·         3-5 lab rotations in the first year
All of this while receiving a generous stipend and benefits and living in Houston – an affordable and highly diverse city.
The GRE is not required for any of our 7 programs, but is optional for our Neuroscience and Quantitative & Computational Biosciences programs. Learn more about the application process and requirements.
Once again, thank you for your previous recommendation letter and support of our graduate school.  Please let me know if you or your students have any questions.
Robert K. Stephens, MNM
Associate Director of Admissions
Baylor College of Medicine|Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
Alkek Building One Baylor Plaza – Suite N204B
Houston, Texas 77030
(p) 713-798-4029 (f) 713-798-6325

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