Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Academic Bulletin 2014-2017
The vision of The Medical College of Wisconsin is to be a premier medical school that is a resource for the communities of Wisconsin and beyond. Our mission is to be a national leader in the education and development of the next generation of physicians and scientists; to discover and translate new knowledge in the biomedical sciences; to provide cutting-edge, interdisciplinary and compassionate clinical care of the highest quality, to improve the health of the communities we serve.
The Medical College of Wisconsin is a private, national, freestanding institution and was founded in 1893 as the Wisconsin College of Physicians and Surgeons.
The Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedical Sciences is committed to providing a broad and integrated education in biomedical science. This education is designed to serve the students well as they move on to pursue specialized research projects. During the first year, students take a core curriculum designed to provide a foundation in biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, signaling, and genetics.
Neuroscience is a dynamic and rapidly growing field devoted to study of the central and peripheral nervous systems in health and disease. During the past three decades, a group of eminent scientists with research interests in many areas of neuroscience has been assembled in the basic science and clinical departments of the Medical College of Wisconsin.
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