The St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences is for independent students who thrive in an interactive, challenging and creative research and educational environment.
Apply: www.stjude.org/graduate-school. Located in the heart of one of the world’s premier children’s research hospitals, the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences offers a unique PhD program for students seeking a collaborative, translational research culture. Designed to allow graduation in five years, the graduate school offers a focused training experience
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During Grad Student Appreciation Week, we celebrate our PhD, Global Child Health and Clinical Investigations students who are contributing to the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital - Science and Medicine mission of finding cures and saving children. Explore our unique programs designed to educate the next generation of scientific leaders and creative thinkers dedicated to advancing cancer research and treatment. http://ow.ly/C5TM50IAZWO #GradSchoolLife #ThanksBeToGrads
Dr. Yuliya Nogovitsyna, an MSc in Global Child Health graduate student and program director at Таблеточки, is helping Ukrainian children with cancer and blood disorders travel to safety and continue treatment.
The Tabletochki Charity Foundation is working with St. Jude Global and other organizations on the #SAFERUkraine humanitarian effort. Learn more. http://ow.ly/R6EC50IxBoc | USA TODAY
Roman Kizyma, MD, a St. Jude global child health graduate student and director of pediatric oncology at the Western Ukrainian Specialized Children’s Medical Center in Lviv, is helping Ukrainian children with cancer and blood disorders reach safety.
After vulnerable patients are transferred to his hospital, doctors like Kizyma stabilize the patients so they can travel to Poland.
Once across the border, the patients and families rest at the Unicorn Marian Wilemski Clinic, before transferring to a top cancer center in Europe or North America where they will continue treatment.
Read more. http://ow.ly/RkVe50IuqxP | The JAMA Network | St. Jude Children's Research Hospital - Science and Medicine
Physicians in Ukraine: Caring for Patients in the Middle of a War This Medical News feature describes how war has challenged physicians in Ukraine.
Congratulations to PhD student Sarah Moore on presenting her work-in-progress “Investigating the Impact of AML-MSCs on mB7-H3-CAR T Cells.” She works in the lab of Paulina Vasquez, MD, PhD, Department of Bone Marrow Transplantation and Cellular Therapy.
Learn about our PhD in Biomedical Sciences program. http://ow.ly/sbh550IpNOq
A clinical MD fellow in the Infectious Disease department at St. Jude, Melissa Shenep, MD, joined the first MSc in Clinical Investigations cohort. Shenep’s research interests include infection preventions and the discovery of disease and disease severity.
An M.Sc. in Clinical Investigation helps students develop the skills to develop and implement independent new clinical research.
Learn more about the program. http://ow.ly/L9BF30seljS
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In a rapidly changing world, childhood illnesses cannot be contained by borders. MSc in Global Child Health students are health professionals on the frontlines of local health care around the world. They can apply new skills to improve access to quality care in their communities. Learn more about the program. http://ow.ly/gEec50I1GNp
#gradschool #stjudeglobal #globalchildhealth
A hallmark of St. Jude is the collaborative, creative research culture. Scientists and clinicians talk to each other daily, whether in organized formal programs or over coffee.
When completing a degree program, expert staff and collaborative PhD and Masters’ candidates are available to help students master new experimental approaches and accelerate their work.
Learn more. http://ow.ly/gEec50I1GNp
“As someone who did my clinical training at St. Jude and earned a formal degree from a different institution, I recognized what an asset it would be to have both clinical and #ClinicalInvestigation experience in one place,” said co-associate dean Pat Flynn, MD.
Learn more about the Clinical Investigations program. http://ow.ly/h9kE50I4oQl
Congratulations to MSc in Global Child Health student Wendy Gomez, MD, who was recognized as one of the Influential People of the Dominican Republic in Oncology. The onco-hematologist also led the coordination of the 2022 #AHOPCA Congress. Gomez is enrolled in the third Cohort for the http://ow.ly/VYWP50I6qyP. in Global Child Health.
Learn more. http://ow.ly/sBB150I6qJ5
Congratulations are in order for PhD candidate Randolph Larson, who presented his work-in-progress lecture yesterday "Identifying non-cell autonomous contributions in DICER1 Syndrome-associated RMS." He works in the lab of Mark Hatley, MD, PhD, Department of Oncology.
At the St. Jude Graduate School of #Biomedical Sciences, students work closely with some of the world’s leading clinicians and investigators to develop expertise in the scientific areas they are passionate about.
Learn more about our programs http://ow.ly/1CcI50HPL3k
Kudos to #PhD candidate Liam Hallada on his work-in-progress lecture “Focusing the effort: Granule neuron cell adhesions spatiotemporally regulate migration in the developing cerebellum.” Hallada works in the Developmental #Neurobiology lab of David Solecki, PhD. #gradschool #gradschoollife
On International Childhood Cancer Day (#ICCD2022), we pay tribute to our M.S. in Global Child Health students, whose research on global health systems and innovation can help identify and generate evidence needed to improve child health worldwide.
Developed in collaboration with the St. Jude Department of Global Pediatric Medicine, students learn to apply systematic, scientific, and evidence-based approaches to facilitate the delivery of timely, comprehensive and effective health care programs. Learn more. http://ow.ly/5t8t50HPJJT #ICCD #StJudeGlobal #GradSchool #GlobalChildHealth
Our Valentine’s Day post is an ode to Memphis, a city rich in history and alive with music, arts, food and sports.
In Memphis, scenic trails and waterways beckon, and for athletes who enjoy structure, races and sports clubs abound. The Mississippi and Wolf rivers wind through town; and neighborhoods are lush with flowers, cherry trees and ancient oaks and maples from spring to autumn.
Explore student life in Memphis. http://ow.ly/HBCG50HPCO3
The grad school's Graduate School Association hosted a panel of female clinical and research scientists with the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital - Science and Medicine Women & Allies Resources Group for International Day of Women and Girls In Science. Learn about the GSA. http://ow.ly/cbn350HPBtC #WomenInScience
At St. Jude, one of the most significant advancements of the past decade was the founding of the St. Jude Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. Graduate education is not new at St. Jude. Training biomedical scientists has been a key component of the hospital’s mission since the 1960s. St. Jude President and CEO James R. Downing, MD, and the graduate school’s President and Dean Stephen White, DPhil, had been discussing the possibility of a graduate school at St. Jude since the early 2000s.
The goal of the St. Jude #GradSchool was is to develop future leaders and innovators who will discover cures, advance treatments for catastrophic childhood diseases and fundamentally advance global health. The development of the school has been rapid. The graduate school now offers three programs: a PhD in Biomedical Sciences, a MS in Global Child Health and a MS in Clinical Investigation. Learn more. http://ow.ly/rKEP50HN0Kk #StJude60
Kudos to #PhD candidate Alex Hughes for presenting his work-in-progress lecture “Using a Novel Intersectional Tool to Study a Locus Coeruleus Subpopulation.” Hughes works in the Developmental #Neurobiology lab of Lindsay Schwarz, PhD. #gradschool #gradschoollife
Congratulations to PhD grad student Jessica Gaevert on her work-in-progress lecture “How Does Cross-reactivity Work?” Gaevert works in the #immunology lab of Paul Thomas, PhD. #GradSchoolLife
As 2022 begins, we encourage our #gradschool students to embrace new challenges, new opportunities and new ventures in the New Year! www.stjude.org/graduate-school
Today we reflect on our 2021 milestones, which include our first clinical investigations master’s program cohort, celebrating the first graduating global child health master’s students and honoring the first two students to earn a PhD. www.stjude.org/graduate-school #GradSchoolLife
We wish our St. Jude Children's Research Hospital - Science and Medicine faculty and staff and our PhD, global child health and clinical investigations #gradschool students around the world a very happy and healthy holiday season. Learn about our programs. www.stjude.org/graduate-school #GradSchoolLife
Kudos to Elizabeth Wickman for presenting her Work-In-Progress lecture, “ECM redirected CAR T cells for pediatric solid tumors.” Wickman is currently working in the Bone Marrow Transplantation & Cellular Therapy lab of Stephen Gottschalk, MD. #GradSchoolLife #PhD
Located in the heart of one of the world’s premier children’s research hospitals, the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences offers a unique PhD program for students seeking a collaborative, translational research culture.
Designed to allow graduation in five years, the graduate school offers a focused training experience with scientific resources. Students may select from more than 60 labs across 16 departments and work closely with internationally renowned St. Jude faculty.
Students also gain experience in the clinic to learn how treatment decisions are made. Both basic science and clinical graduate faculty teach the curriculum, which emphasizes translational research in cancer biology, infectious diseases and genetic disorders.
The program provides excellent benefits and support, including access to more than 30 state-of-the-art shared resources and core facilities at St. Jude.
In 2019, the Graduate School launched a master’s program in global child health. This two-year, distance learning program is designed to offer students a transformative education needed to enhance the treatment and care of childhood cancers and life-threatening illnesses in an evolving world.
Learn more and apply: www.stjude.org/graduate-school.
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