Biomedical Sciences Graduate Students
The Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine supports programs of graduate education leading to both Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees through the Biomedical Sciences (BMS) Program.
The Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine Biomedical Sciences program is administered by the Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies and members of the graduate faculty at the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Programs leading to both the Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees in Biomedical Sciences are offered. The MS and PhD programs in Biomedical Sciences are college-wide and are administered by a committee of the Graduate Faculty and the Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies acting in conjunction with the departments. Both graduate degree programs, as well as all concurrent degree programs, are open to veterinary students and BS/MS/PhD/DVM graduates working with faculty mentors in any of the college’s academic departments: Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology; Clinical Sciences; and Pathobiology.
A satisfactory Graduate Records Examination score is required for all graduate programs. GRE scores will be evaluated in conjunction with your academic record.
Amelia H. Pendleton
Admin Support Associate II
Biomedical Sciences Graduate Student Council (BMS-GSO)
The biomedical sciences graduate student organization (BMS-GSO) was formed in 2010 as a volunteer student organization. Our goal is to enrich and foster a sense of community among graduate students, through a series of social and academic initiatives.
BMS-GSO represents the over 1500 PhD, masters and clinical sciences students enrolled in BMS-based graduate programs affiliated with Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine (AUCVM). Through elected representatives and committee members, the BGSC gives shape to the voice of the student body as it works to improve the graduate experience for all.
Come join our team and help us define Biomedical Science here at AUCVM.