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Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences


Current graduate students enrolled full-time in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS) are supported by a financial policy, that provides a stipend, medical and dental benefits, tuition, and required fees to those with Graduate Research Assistantships.

Student fees enable students to use a number of facilities: (1) GSBS computer services that provide a UTHealth email account and access to the GSBS computer resources classroom; (2) UTHealth Student Health and Counseling Services; (3) UTHealth library facilities, including the TMC Library and the MD Anderson Research Library; (4) UTHealth Recreation Center; (5) UTHealth WorkLife services; and (6) the MD Anderson Ombuds Office, UTHealth Office of Academic Ombuds.

The GSBS has an active Outreach Program for students who desire to volunteer for community activities. Graduate students seeking a laboratory may refer to a current listing of faculty seeking PhD students and/or MS students. The Graduate Student Association (GSA) also maintains a website with additional information of interest to students.


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