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Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences

The BMS graduate program provides training at the Master’s and Doctoral level. The M.S. in Biomedical Sciences is appropriate for clinical students (DDS) with strong academic motivation or who may wish to pursue a combined career of clinical practice and teaching in a clinical department.

The Ph.D. Program in Biomedical Sciences provides a multidisciplinary research and educational training experience for outstanding dentists and dental specialists who seek careers as educators and researchers in the oral health sciences.

Students receive training in the broad fields of Craniofacial Development and Genetics, Mineralized Tissue Biology, Biomaterials, Bioengineering and Tissue Regeneration or Clinical and Translational Dental Research.

Postdoctoral fellows pursue more advanced training in specialized areas on a mentored basis with individual faculty.

General information that applies to both the M.S. and Ph.D. programs is available on this site, including Course Offerings (listed alphabetically, by course number, and by semester offered) and a list of participating Faculty.  For specific information about each program, please check either M.S. in Biomedical Sciences or Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences. An online application process through APPLY TEXAS can be found at: http://gsbs.tamhsc.edu/futurestudents/admissions.html.  Select the Texas A&M Health Science Center on the first page and the Dallas Campus a few pages later. 

To get answers to questions about the graduate program in Biomedical Sciences, please contact:

Ms. Nancy Anthony, Program Coordinator
214-828-8260

nanthony@bcd.tamhsc.edu

Dr. Kathy Svoboda, Program Director

ksvoboda@bcd.tamhsc.edu

Other important information about the graduate programs at Baylor College of Dentistry can be found at the the Office of Research and Graduate Studies website.