Welcome to the Division of Graduate Medical Sciences (GMS) at Boston University School of Medicine. We look forward to assisting you in the fall and throughout your course of study here.
Orientation for all GMS programs will be held on Friday, September 1, 2017 at Boston University Medical Campus, 670 Albany Street, followed by individual program orientations in the afternoon. Please see our website for more information. [Please note: this site is for matriculating students this September, who have formally committed to the program of acceptance, paid the deposit and have secured their BU email and login through the registrar. If you have questions, please contact your program administrator directly.]
The MS in Forensic Anthropology at Boston University School of Medicine is designed to train individuals in the theory, practice, and methods of biological and skeletal anthropology employed by forensic anthropologists in medicolegal death investigations.
Students will receive extensive training in osteology, forensic anthropological techniques and procedures, forensic anthropology field methods, biological anthropology theory, taphonomy, human anatomy, crime scene investigation and methods of human identification.
Thanks to all of you that made the BUMC March for Science event on Saturday so successful! It was great seeing so many faculty, students, staff and friends celebrating our shared passion for science.
BU Today even quoted many of you in today’s paper.
Thanks again for braving the weather and making the March such a fun and successful event.
There will be BUSM/GMS representation at the Boston March for Science on April 22, 2017. The March for Science provides an opportunity to celebrate the discovery, understanding, and sharing of scientific knowledge among friends and colleagues, educators, scientists and science enthusiasts throughout Greater Boston. We invite all faculty, staff and students to participate.
When: Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 1PM
Where: BUSM/GMS will gather at the Boston Public Library (Copley side) and proceed to Boston Common for the national March for Science rally.
Guest Speaker: Alicia Wooton, PhD Candidate in Molecular & Translational Medicine at Boston University. She is deaf and uses both American Sign Language and spoken English as modes of communication. She is heavily involved in the deaf community as an advocate and serves on the Board of local non-profit, DEAF, Inc. Alicia’s interests include lung biology and how the immune system functions against pathogens. She cares about making science communication accessible to all minority groups, especially those in the deaf community who want to pursue science careers.
If you are interested in the March for Science with GMS, please RSVP here.
Boston University in the News:
April 20, 2017 – Karen Antman, Dean of the BU School of Medicine, penned an Op-Ed along with Harris Berman (Dean, Tufts School of Medicine), George Q. Daley (Dean, Harvard Medical School) and Terence R. Flotte (Dean, UMass Medical School) “After the March for Science, the fight must go on“.
April 20, 2017 – To March or Not to March for Science
New York Times
April 17, 2017 – Daniel Bullock, Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Boston University’s College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences was feature in an April 17th article “The March for Science: Why Some Are Going, and Some Will Sit Out“.
Need a sign for the rally?
All students, faculty, and staff are invited to join GMS, STEPUP, & MISO for a poster-making session on April 19th at 5pm in L210.
Additionally, GMS will be giving out custom made #BUGradsMarchforScience buttons all week. Stop by the office (L317) between 9am-5pm to pick one up!
New! M.S. in Health Sciences Education Program
Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2017
Open Houses: L-206
Friday, March 17 at 12pm
Wednesday, March 22 at 5pm
Monday, March 27 at 12pm
Monday, March 20 at 12pm
Thursday, March 30 at 5pm
Program Director: Jeffrey Markuns, M.D., Ed.M.
HSE Program Coordinator: Jenna Luca email@example.com
Medical Campus Town Hall Meeting:
Executive Order on Immigration
Starts: 5:30 pm on Monday, February 27, 2017
Ends: 7:00 pm on Monday, February 27, 2017
Location: BU Medical Campus, Room L-110, 72 E. Concord St.
Please join us for the third panel discussion in the series. The event will be a great opportunity to hear perspectives on recent events and have a chance to ask questions. We hope you will join us.
Panelists: Rhonda A. Tietjen, Partner, Ross Silverman Snyder Tietjen LLP. Specialty in immigration and nationality law Emily Burlij, Associate Director, BU Federal Relations with an emphasis on immigration. Jeanne Kelley, Managing Director, BU International Students and Scholars Office (ISSO). Carrie Landa, Director, BU Behavioral Medicine
Moderator: Karen Antman MD, Provost, Boston University Medical Campus, Dean, School of Medicine
The medical campus will be hosting 3 flu vaccine clinics as follows. Any GMS students in clinical programs, or have plans to access BMC facilities will be required to get a flu shot. A sticker on your ID will indicate your vaccination compliance. Below are instructions on how to update your student health record with receipt of non-BU vaccination.
Walk-In Flu Clinics: Room L-109 A| B| C
Tues, Sept 20, 5:00-8:00pm
Thurs, Sept 22, 11:00am-1:00pm
Tues, Oct 18, 5:00-8:00pm
- Log onto Patient Connect. (Accessed via the SHS website)
- Select Messages and New Message
- Select the first option “Scheduling, incoming health requirements, immunizations, medical records, etc.”
- Add the document as an attachment, make sure your BU ID# is written on document, and Send