The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS), a part of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, offers degree programs through the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick, the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in Newark, and the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine, also in Newark. Students develop into scientists who contribute new knowledge in the biomedical disciplines through a rigorous curriculum of coursework and research training. The school offers a range of degrees in many disciplines of biomedical science as well as a number of dual degrees in collaboration with other schools. Academic specialties range from biochemistry to neuroscience to toxicology.
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Delayed Opening - Level 1
In response to adverse weather conditions, President Barchi has declared a Level 1 - Delayed Opening for the entire university for Thursday, March 5, excluding RBHS clinical operations. All RBHS clinical operations will be open for normal business hours. The rest of the university will reopen at noon at all locations.
During the Delayed Opening:
1. All classes that are scheduled to begin before noon are cancelled.
2. Essential Service Employees are directed to remain at work or to report to work as scheduled during the period of this Level 1 Delayed Opening, unless otherwise directed.
3. Non-Essential Employees shall not report for work during the period of a Level 1 Delayed Opening. In addition, we recognize that weather conditions are different in different areas of the state. If employees desire to come into work after the university has reopened, or take the rest of the day off from work, they must receive approval from their immediate supervisor and charge appropriate accrued and available leave time for any work time missed.
Please refer to the following adverse weather policies for more details related to weather status declarations and procedures:
* Legacy Rutgers Employees: Attendance During Adverse Weather Conditions - Policy 60.3.16
* Legacy UMDNJ Employees: Inclement Weather and Emergency Curtailment of Operations - Policy 60.9.58
The university will provide updates as conditions warrant.
Visit the operating status page for more information.
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
AT A GLANCE
Students: 774 (full-time and part-time at Newark and New Brunswick)
Faculty: Drawn from New Jersey Medical School, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and Rutgers School of Dental Medicine (full-time and part-time)
Office of the Dean: 65 Bergen Street, SSB 517, Rutgers Health Sciences Campus at Newark
Senior Associate Dean: 675 Hoes Lane West, Busch Campus, Rutgers University–New Brunswick, Piscataway
- Master of Science (M.S.) in Clinical and Translational Science
- Master of Biomedical Sciences (M.B.S.)
- Master of Biomedical Sciences and Master of Public Health (M.B.S./M.P.H.)
- Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences (M.S.B.S.)
- Master of Science and Master of Business Administration (M.S./M.B.A.)
- Doctor of Medicine and Doctor of Philosophy (M.D./Ph.D.)
- Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
- Doctor of Physical Therapy and Doctor of Philosophy (D.P.T./Ph.D.)
- The school offers nine joint Ph.D. programs with other departments.
- Non-Degree Studies are available, on a limited basis, to students with baccalaureate degrees who request permission to enroll in courses as nonmatriculated students. Preference is given to teachers or professional workers in neighboring industries and hospitals who are seeking to further their knowledge of biomedical sciences or striving to advance their careers through continuing education.
- The M.D./Ph.D. program at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, the M.D./Ph.D. program at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, and the D.P.T./Ph.D. program at Rutgers School of Dental Medicine draw on the diverse strengths and resources of premier private and public research institutes and health care centers throughout New Jersey.
- The Joint Molecular Biosciences Graduate Student Association is comprised of students enrolled in the graduate programs in molecular biosciences.
- For 14 years, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and the University of Puerto Rico–Mayaguez have collaborated to help highly motivated Puerto Rican students earn a Ph.D. within the field of molecular biosciences in the Bridges to the Doctorate program.