Ohio State's College of Medicine provides an exceptional training environment for the Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program. This includes a commitment to provide the total stipend, tuition, and fees for all Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program incoming students for their first year, commitment to dedicated space for all of our program's educational, student, and administrative activities, and a yearly budget that demonstrates the College's commitment to diversity recruitment and retention, as well as to career development.
During the last decade, our applicants have increased in number and quality; stringent admissions criteria include high academic qualifications and a requirement for prior research experience. Our program attracts applications from a strong group of domestic students with geographic and ethnic diversity in addition to outstanding academic credentials and research experience.
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The Discovery Postbaccalaureate Research Education Program (PREP) is an National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded program that provides an intense paid research experience in outstanding research facilities with leading investigators at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. This one-year program also provides comprehensive professional development experiences and workshops to strengthen professional skills in order to excel in research and graduate school. Overall, this experience is designed to prepare individuals for admission into a biomedical sciences PhD program.