This HILS-wide certificate program offers rigorous, multi-disciplinary training relevant to identifying and developing novel therapeutics, and applying them to improve the treatment of disease. We emphasize research both in HMS labs and in real-world internships. All G1, G2, and G3 students in any HILS program are eligible to apply.
All attendees are invited to stay for the TGP paracurricular activity that will be held immediately following the information session: Student Panel about their Internship Experiences.
Interested in cancer research and want to meet other students who are too? We invite you to join the Landry Cancer Biology Consortium!
The Landry Cancer Biology Consortium brings together students and faculty from across Harvard's many biosciences graduate programs, departments, and affiliated hospitals who share a common interest in cancer research. We create new courses, scientific events, and other networking activities, all designed to bring students and faculty together to share recent developments, address current challenges, and promote...
The Graduate Program in Bacteriology (GPiB) is a graduate concentration that aims to create community, collaboration, and career development support for students working on diverse aspects of bacteriology at Harvard.
The Cancer Biology Community includes both the Landry Cancer Biology Consortium - an educational consortium that aims to expose a broad range of minds at every level of training to the field of cancer research - and the Cancer Biology concentration within BBS.
The DRB concentration program provides a well-defined, rigorous, and innovative training experience in developmental and regenerative biology for students. The DRB program seeks to train its students to approach developmental biology in an integrative manner and connect basic research science with medicine.
The Therapeutics Certificate Program offers rigorous, multidisciplinary training relevant to identifying and developing novel therapeutics, understanding and investigating mechanisms of drug action, analyzing the reasons for clinical failures, and developing new compounds and applying them in preclinical and clinical studies to improve the treatment of disease.
The Infectious Diseases Consortium (IDC) is an affiliation of students, fellows, faculty, and other members of the Harvard community who share an interest in understanding infectious diseases and their effects on people and societies.
The Division of Medical Sciences Science Education and Lecture (DMS SEAL) Program was established by the DMS Education PATH to provide DMS graduate students with the opportunity to develop curriculum, teach, and receive constructive feedback on their teaching.
DMS PATHS is an enrichment program for graduate students to identify which careers they hope to pursue and to gain relevant experience in these areas. Each PATH has an associated student group, and in most cases these are open to both PhD and Masters students.