The UMass Worcester campus is a medical school, the commonwealth’s only public academic health sciences center. In addition to its status as a top-ranked medical education center, the UMass Medical School is also an impressive research institution with a world-class faculty, including the 2006 Nobel Prize winner for Medicine Dr. Craig C. Mello.
While no IMS students call the Worcester campus home, our partnership with them is strong. Research is conducted in such areas as chemical biology and neurobiology. All students are encouraged to take advantage of the unique opportunity that a partnership with a medical school provides, particularly those in the Oceans and Human Health concentration.
UMass Medical School, Worcester Campus links
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
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