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GPiBS

(Graduate Program in
Biomedical Sciences) is
offered through the Graduate
College at the University of
Oklahoma Health Sciences
Center
.



All
students complete
coursework
and then select a
specific program or
department for their Ph.D.
research in biomedical
science.



Adjacent to the OUHSC campus in
Oklahoma City lies OMRF, a non
-
profit research institution whose
exclusive mission is biomedical
research.



Biochemistry & Molecular Biology


Cell Biology


Microbiology & Immunology


Oklahoma Center for Neuroscience


Pathology


Physiology

Application and Requirements


Complete
the online application (https://app.applyyourself.com/?id=uok
-
hs
)


Printed Application, Official Transcripts, 3 letters of recommendation,


Goals/Purpose Statement


Undergraduate degree in relevant area


3.0 GPA in last 60 credit hours


GRE required


Foreign applicants
-

≥213 TOEFL


3 letters of recommendation


Purpose/Goals statement



Biochemistry


Organic Chemistry with lab



Physics


Calculus


Upper Division Biology classes such as:


Physiology, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Immunology, Microbiology…


0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Applied
Accepted
Offers
Year

Verbal

Quant

A/W

Average
GPA

2007

65%

63%

49%

3.62

2008

62%

71%

42%

3.51

2009

62%

64%

38%

3.60

2010

61%

73%

40%

3.92

2011

67%

76%

43%

3.50

Average

63%

69%

42%

3.63



SURE Program


Summer Undergraduate Research
Experience ($3,000.00 stipend, Housing and Tuition Waiver)


12 Students each year

INBRE Summer Research Program


Idea Network
Biomedical Research Excellence ($5,000, 3 Credit hour
tuition and fees paid for)


24 Students each year

NARCH


Native American Research Center for Health
($3,000.00 stipend, Housing and Tuition Waiver)


6 students
each year





Summer
programs last nine weeks during
the

months
of June and July
.


Application includes:


Transcripts from at least two years of undergraduate study at an institution
in the United States


Two letters of recommendation from faculty mentors or instructors are
required.


A one page statement of career goals is required that includes a brief
discussion of the applicant’s interest in biomedical research.



Participants

will

devote

a

minimum

of

40
-
hours

a

week

to

the

program
.


Participants

will

have

the

opportunity

to

enroll

in

three

semester

hours

of

undergraduate

credit

in

Advanced

Studies

in

Biomedical

Research

-

BMSC

4113
.

Tuition

will

be

waived
;

however,

students

will

be

responsible

for

all

applicable

fees
.


All

summer

programs

provide

stipends

of

at

least

$
3
,
000
.


Application

deadlines

are

February

12
th

for

SURE

and

March

12
th

NARCH
.

COURSE CREDIT, STIPEND, and DEADLINES


Fall semester


Molecular systems I and II


Cellular Systems I and II


Three journal club sessions


Scientific integrity


Two laboratory rotations




Spring semester


12 selective courses from a wide range of topics


One and possibly more laboratory rotations


MI 6032

Immunology
-

Part 1

BIOC 6341
-
005

Metobolic Regulation

BIOC 6321
-
003

Proteomics

PHYO 6401
-
001

Genes to Physiology: Section
001: Integrated
Cardiovascular and Renal
Systems

MI 5320

Basic Bacteriology

BIOC 6321
-
004

Molecular Structure and
Graphics
in Biomedical Sciences

BMSC 6101

Neurobiology

PATH 6121

Molecular Mechanisms of
Human Disease

MI 6032

Immunology
-

Part 2

PHYO 6401
-
005

Genes to Physiology: Section
005:
Angiognesis

and
Lymphagiogenesis

OCNS 6201

Behavioral Neuroscience

MI 6301

Basic Microbiology

BIOC 6341
-
004

GTPases as Biological
Switches

CELL 6321
Cross Listed
as: OCNS
6321

Molecular and Cellular
Aspects of Vision

PHYO 6401
-
002

Genes to Physiology: Section
002:
Cardiovascular Genomics and
Diseases

BIOC 6341
-
002

Transcription Regulation,
Control of Development

BIOC 6321
-
006

Glycobiology

PATH 6301

From Cells to Tissues to
Molecular Morphology

OCNS 6311

Neuroimmunology

PHYO 6401
-
003

Genes to Physiology:
Section 003: Integrative
Aspects of Smooth Muscle
Function

MI 6111

Immunity and Disease

BIOC 6321
-
001

Enzyme Catalysis and
Modulation

MI 6501

Molecular Micro

PHYO 6401
-
004

Genes to Physiology:
Section 004:
Cellular and Physiological
Aspects of Aging

CELL 6331

Molecular Genetics

BIOC 6321
-
005

Molecular Virology

CELL 6301

Experimental Strategies in
Genetics

Block 1


4 Weeks

Block 2


4 Weeks

Block 3


4 Weeks


Apply and get accepted to GPiBS

Classes
-

Journal Clubs
-

Seminars
-

Lab Rotations

Pick a Lab

Continue Coursework and Take Qualifying Exam

Formulate a Research Proposal

Carry out Research, Present Findings and Publish Papers

Year 1

Defend Dissertation and Receive PhD

Year 2

Years 3,4,(5)


Full tuition waiver


Stipend




$24,000 per year


Health Insurance


benefits


Academic Research


Teaching


Government sponsored research


Industry sponsored research


Pharmaceutical Industry


Biotechnology


Government Agencies


Health management and policy


Forensics


Homeland Security


Many others
-

CDC, USDA, EPA, FBI, CIA…

Former Students

Rhonda

Matt

Breca

Casie

Education

Crime

Patent Law

Business


Over 80 research
laboratories to choose
from


Applications are
examined on an
ongoing basis until all
positions are filled


Please visit our website
for more information

http://www.ouhsc.edu/gpibs


Located in Oklahoma City


melissa
-
pinkston@ouhsc.edu


cheryl
-
walk@ouhsc.edu