Graduate School of Medical Sciences
A partnership with the Sloan Kettering Institute

About Us

Our goals are to train the next generation of scientific leaders in biomedical research by:

  • Positioning our students to make innovative scientific discoveries
  • Showing them how to work in laboratory, local and global communities of scholars, with science as a bridge across national, cultural, political, religious and ethnic identifications
  • Matching them with skillful mentors who guide them to independence and support them thereafter
  • Equipping them to compete in the biomedical workforce and related areas with strong skills in multi­‐disciplinary technologies; in the analysis, visualization and statistical evaluation of data; and in written and verbal communication
  • Developing in them habits for life­‐long learning that grows in depth and breadth
  • Inculcating in them principles of ethics, honesty and rigor in research
  • And preparing them to articulate, defend and demonstrate the value of evidence‐based reasoning in civic life and public policy.

 We welcome those who want to share in this endeavor.

WCM and WCGS COVID Policies and Updates

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