Category: Prospective Student
Application Now Open! Deadline is May 25, 2016
The Master of Science in Biomedical Research Technologies (BRT) is an exciting new one-year program designed to prepare future experts with a solid grasp of the principles underlying various research core technologies ‘operations, its relevance to an array of biomedical problems and the technical skills to implement these technologies. Courses such as Biocore Technologies, Biology of Disease, and Research Core Practicum will provide extensive knowledge to help students navigate interdisciplinary implementation of learned technologies. Graduates of this program will be able to apply ongoing and emerging technologies to biomedical research in highly competitive research settings in the pharmaceutical industry or academia. The program also provides foundations for continued education towards PhD and/or MD degrees.
To learn more, please visit the BRT website.
A huge thank-you to all GMS faculty and staff who donated items to the Boston Medical Center Food Pantry! Food pantry staff were very appreciative of your generosity. Warm wishes for a joyful holiday season and for peace in 2016!
Diploma Application for tentative May 2016 graduates are due by January 4, 2016. An original signature by the student is required. Please drop off the signed form in L-309 or email scanned form with original signature to the Registrar.
With the holiday season in full swing, GMS would like to participate in the season of giving by collecting donations for the BMC Preventive Food Pantry. Food pantry staff have specifically requested that we donate the following items:
* Boxes of mac & cheese
* Peanut butter
* Small bags of rice
* Non-sugar cereal
* Canned tuna
If you would like to help, we will be collecting food items in L-317 through the morning of December 18th. Thank you in advance for your generosity!
New online payment of processing fees for submitting theses & dissertations
Boston University Libraries are pleased to announce that processing fees for submitting theses and dissertations to Mugar Memorial Library may now be paid online using a variety of credit card options. The payment link is available on the Research Guide for Writers of Theses & Dissertations. The submission process is now completely online. When graduate students submit a thesis or dissertation to the Library via the online ETD Administrator, they are now able to complete the process by making an online payment as well. If you have any questions about this service you can contact Brendan McDermott, Thesis/Dissertation Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or (617) 353-9387.
Thursday, December 3 at 9am- FINAL Dissertation/Thesis Due
Thursday, December 10- Last Day of Fall 2015 classes
Friday, December 11- Monday, December 14- Study Period
Tuesday, December 14- Saturday, December 19- Final Exam Period
New Student Discount at South End Fitness Center
This message is from: Sam Morrone, Recreation Manager email@example.com 617-534-5822
Location: 35 Northampton St./785 Albany St / 4th floor
South End Fitness center has recently created a new Student Membership for $199 per year!
Students who purchased a membership at the old student rate of $310 may request an extension that will give them seven additional months.
Students who already purchased the three-month membership for $120 will be able to upgrade it to the new $199/ one-year membership by paying the difference of $79.
South End Fitness is located 35 Northampton Street. See you at the gym!
Students and faculty of the new campus group BUMC Climate Action are excited to invite you to our first lunch talk. If you’re curious about climate change, sea level rise, or what’s happening in Greenland, join us next week for pizza and a thought-provoking video.