Biomedical Graduate Programs
WFU’s biomedical graduate programs are located in on the Bowman Gray campus, which spans our downtown Innovation Quarter laboratories and clinical settings at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. It also includes the Clarkson Campus Primate Center. All biomedical science program courses are part of the Graduate School curriculum and taught by research and clinical faculty of the School of Medicine.
For more information, visit the Biomedical Graduate Programs listed on the School of Medicine website.
Graduate Degree Programs:
- Addiction Research and Clinical Health (MS)
- Biomedical Engineering (MS, PhD)
- Biomedical Science (MS)
- Clinical and Population Translational Sciences (MS)
- Comparative Medicine (MS)
- Health Disparities in Neuroscience-related Disorders (MS)
- Integrative Physiology and Pharmacology Track (PhD)
- Molecular Medicine and Translational Science (MS, PhD)
- Molecular and Cellular Bioscience Track (PhD)
- Neuroscience (BS/BA-MS)
- Neuroscience Track (PhD)
- Structural and Computational Biophysics (Certificate)