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Message from the Dean

Michel Baudry, PhD

Michel Baudry, PhD

Scientific advances are moving at an unprecedented pace and it is now conceivable to think that the next generation of graduate students will revolutionize the way diseases are going to be treated as well as the way health care is going to be delivered. The Graduate College of Biomedical Sciences (GCBS) is committed to train this next generation of students and to provide them the experience, background and skills they will need to be the leaders in this revolution. More…


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About Our Programs

About Our ProgramsThree individual programs are offered:

Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences (MSBS)

Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences (MSPS)

Master of Sciences in Medical Sciences (MSMS)


Mission and Goals

Mission and Goals The mission of the Western University of Health Sciences Graduate College of Biomedical Sciences is: “To provide fundamental principles and training in the development of highly skilled and caring biomedical researchers and practitioners.” More…


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 GCBS Assistant Professor Receives NIH Research Project Grant (R01)

Dr. Manal Swairjo

GCBS Assistant Professor, Manal Swairjo, PhD, received a National Institutes of Health Research Project Grant (RO1) for $429,713 per year for five years for the project “RNA Modifications: Structure and Mechanism.”

Due to the spread of threatening bacterial infections resistant to multiple antibiotics, there is an urgent need to identify new targets and develop novel antibacterial agents. The proposed research will uncover the molecular and structural basis for the essentiality of four newly characterized bacterial proteins involved in the biosynthesis of a modified RNA nucleotide in bacteria, thus enabling future development of a new class of molecular targets for antibacterial agents to combat resistant infections. More… 
Dr. Swairjo’s Research Interests


 

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