Bioscience Laboratory Research
The biomedical sciences apply the principles of biology to clinical medicine. This expanding field is comprised of geneticists mapping the human genome, neurobiologists modeling brain function, and cell biologists studying cancer and aging at the cellular level. Practical applications include stem cells for organ repair, gene therapy, pharmaceuticals, and molecular diagnostics.
Investigators with entries in the Training Program Affiliations column are faculty members in one or more of the medical school’s biomedical sciences graduate programs (MCDB, BMB, PBP, MCP, and MBI), the university’s interdisciplinary neuroscience training programs (NEU), or the ophthalmology clinical training program.