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Year two for Master’s Program in Biomedical Sciences

Sep. 9, 2019, 9:58 AM

 Scott Pearson, MD, professor of Surgery (back row with tie), and James Patton, PhD, Stevenson Professor of Biological Sciences (on Pearson’s left), celebrate year two of the Master’s Program in Biomedical Sciences they co-direct with the 16 students enrolled this year plus some of the 10 students from last year’s class. The program prepares students for a broad array of health professional careers. Patton directs the Vanderbilt University Interdisciplinary Graduate Program. Pearson is a core faculty member of the Center for Biomedical Ethics and Society at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. For more information, visit https://gradschool.vanderbilt.edu/postbac.
(photo by Denise Malone)

Scott Pearson, MD, professor of Surgery (back row with tie), and James Patton, PhD, Stevenson Professor of Biological Sciences (on Pearson’s left), celebrate year two of the Master’s Program in Biomedical Sciences they co-direct with the 16 students enrolled this year plus some of the 10 students from last year’s class. The program prepares students for a broad array of health professional careers. Patton directs the Vanderbilt University Interdisciplinary Graduate Program. Pearson is a core faculty member of the Center for Biomedical Ethics and Society at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. For more information, visit https://gradschool.vanderbilt.edu/postbac.

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