The M.S. program in Biomedical Sciences is recognized for graduating competent and knowledgeable professionals and can lead to a variety of positions in biomedical research in the public or private sectors, in medical or pharmaceutical laboratories and in health care agencies and health education.
Students pursue courses to examine normal and diseased states of the human body. They study pathophysiology and biomedical research methods in courses which constitute a core curriculum. Students choose one of four specializations – Microbiology/Infectious Diseases, Medical & Molecular Immunology, Applied Laboratory Medicine (a combination of former medical chemistry & hematology concentrations) or Cancer Biology. The program plan is then broken down by the specialty courses and electives. The culmination of the program is the completion of a thesis.
Applicants seeking employment in a clinical laboratory that performs diagnostic blood tests need to become a certified and licensed Clinical Laboratory Scientist (CLS), and should apply to the Master of Science CLS program. Please contact the CLS Program Director Anthony Capetandes, PhD, MT(ASCP) at email@example.com or 516-299-3039 for additional details and visit the dedicated MS CLS website by clicking here.